Procusini Food Printer: Food from the 3D printer  

Procusini Food Printer: Food from the 3D printer

Printed matter: The professional 3D Printer from Procusini makes impressive food creations possible. Whether it’s a character, lettering, a logo, or something of your own design – the Food Printer uses the WiFi to connect to your PC, from which you can send templates designed by yourself or downloaded from the internet across to the printer. Now just pour in the appropriate food mixture – in a short time, the printer forms the desired item by depositing thin layers, one top of the other.

The manufacturer offers two models of its food printer:

  • Procusini 3.0 works with a jet nozzle, and can produce an object with maximum dimensions of 15 x 25 x 10 cm. The device itself measures 60 x 60 x 65 cm (width x depth x height).
  • Procusini 3.0 Dual can produce two objects at the same time with its two jet nozzles. The maximum size here is 15 x 33 x 10 cm, and the device dimensions are 60 x 64 x 65 cm.

Marzipan, chocolate, icing, and pasta: Ready for the printer nozzle

The foodstuff being used must be available as a mixture at the appropriate consistency and temperature so that it can be applied by the nozzle at the correct flow rate and in the correct layer thickness – like a piping bag, but much more precise. Procusini has a range of ready-made food mixtures in its catalogue:

  • Chocolate
  • Marzipan in natural and various other colours
  • Pasta in natural and various other colours
  • Fondant (icing) in white and other colours

If you want to try using your own foodstuffs, such as meet paste, butter, cream cheese, or mashed potato, you’ll have to determine the proper settings and mixtures through trial and error.

Templates and ideas for models are available from Procusini Club, which everyone who purchases a printer gets online access to. The food printers are intended for professional use, and are therefore only available for business customers. As with all hygiene products, this item cannot be returned.


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