The University of Exeter has created the most high tech way to make Easter Eggs yet - a 3D chocolate printer.
Dr Liang Hao from the university tapped into the trend for 3D printing, and our love of chocolate, to create has founded Choc Edge Ltd, a company which will develop and sell its unique 3D chocolate printers to the world.
The new printer is the star of the university’s innovation centre, and pre-orders for printed chocolate are being taken now.
The printers can produce almost anything in chocolate by adding layer upon layer of the good stuff to build objects as thin as 0.05 mm thick.
The Exeter engineers behind the project were the first in the world to develop the technology.
Dr Hao says: "It is a very exciting moment for us to be able to offer a totally unique product to companies across the globe. The initial worldwide interest in creative and bespoke 3D chocolate products was enormous, so we hope the demand for the printers will also be high. By next Easter, consumers will be able to order their own, personalised Easter eggs along with many other chocolate gifts."
Prices for bespoke made to order chocolate products will range from a few pounds for small, individual items up to more than a thousand pounds for larger, artistic creations.
Even Business Secretary Vince Cable had something to say on the tasty project: "British researchers are once again leading the way turning science into a fun and marketable product with great export potential. The development of chocolate printing is a good example of how backing Britain's scientists delivers jobs, boosts export receipts and helps to rebalance our economy."
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