In the past, dough was kneaded by hand, but today, this task is performed by a food processor. A similar evolution has been observed with 3D chocolate printers.
The mycusini model from German startup Print4Taste is quickly conquering the domains of pastry professionals across Europe.
“Our customers immediately recognised that mycusini allows them to go beyond the limits of manual labour and live their creativity,” said Gerd Funk, MD of Print4Taste GmbH.
“In addition, its use is child's play. Creating a chocolate object with the mycusini does not require any complicated setup. Quickly design a letter or select one of 1,000 free objects from the template library and you're done. Enthusiasm guaranteed.”
The size of a coffee pot and available in hot pink, elegant grey or deep black, the mycusini fits into any kitchen.
In addition to the chocolate 3D printer, it includes mycusini 3D Choco Refills, as well as free access to the extensive template library and numerous apps to easily create your own 3D templates. The corresponding 3D chocolate is available in six different colours.
Priced at only €478, it’s a great piece of kit for the hobby baker, too.