The Sugar Lab Has Created 3D-Printed Skulls To Sweeten Your Coffee

 - Aug 14, 2014
References: visualnews & foodbeast
Sugar cube designs can definitely be described as a niche interest on the market, but that might change soon thanks to the Sugar Lab at 3D Systems. This team's creativity, coupled with the infinitely limitless technology of 3D-printing has resulted in these intricate, skeleton-shaped sugar structures.

The sweetly skeletal structures were created with the ChefJet 3D Printer. Unlike any other device on the market, this printer can transform a wide range of edible materials -- like pasta and Nutella -- into exceptionally detailed and tiny pieces of art -- that you can also eat.

Consumers looking to add elements of whimsy and delight to everyday experiences such as drinking coffee will be particularly drawn to this product. The bounds of 3D-printing are proving to see no limits and these truly unique sugar cube designs are a clear indication.