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Dovetailed 3D Printer Can Print Edible Fruits

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Cambridge UK-based design studio Dovetailed has developed a 3D printer that can print edible fruit.  The company is using spherification at the backend, which is a molecular gastronomy technique that can turn liquids into spheres.

[Image courtesy: Dovetailed]

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