Latest 3D food printer could revolutionise foodservice

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The Procusini 4.0 can create these choco moulds.

German manufacturer Print2Taste has launched an updated version of its 3D food printer.

The new Procusini 4.0 eliminates the requirement for calibration and pre-dosing at the start of production with an ‘auto-calibrate’ function.

This development was created in response to operators’ requests for simple and swifter usage of the food printer.

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CEO Gerd Funk commented: “We listened to our customers and implemented their suggestions with the Procusini 4.0. Select food and desired object and start – the rest is done from now on by Procusini. Never before has 3D food printing been so easy.”

In addition, users can benefit from numerous applications and over 500 objects in the Procusini Club template library. The customer can use its own food or Procusini 3D refills to create the food, with own food supported with recipes and tips and tricks.

Print2Taste was established in 2014 to develop innovative solutions in the field of 3D food printing. One year later, the first generation of the 3D Procusini food printing system was launched.

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