By now, you’ve heard about the many capabilities of a 3D printer. Michiel Cornelissen Ontwerp, a Dutch design studio, has created the XOCO 3D chocolate printer aimed towards food aficionados. The printer can create custom objects with chocolate; it essentially uses chocolate as the ink. It is based on a polar coordinate system complete with a rotating buildplate and single pillar. Take a look at how it works below and hit the jump for more images. Learn more about the XOCO here.
Via Design Milk.