XYZPrinting's $2,000 Printer Makes Dough-Based Foods

By: Jana Pijak - Jan 6, 2015
References: us.xyzprinting & mashable
XYZPrinting's 3D food printer is designed to make dough-based foods. The items include breads, cookies and pastries among other confections. The device was unveiled at CES 2015 in Las Vegas and is sure to appeal to the tech-conscious baker.

Priced at a $2000 rate, this 3D food printer is equipped with a 5" touch screen and is able to print food that is ready to be cooked. The dough-based device prints its contents one at a time. They are built using layers of printed dough and are based on a file that is pre-loaded into its database.

Marking the future of baking and food production, XYZPrinting's revolutionary concept is efficient and fun for baking enthusiasts, 3D printing fans and most of all foodies.