According to DTM Print, the FDA- and EU-approved food printer – which prints full colour pics, logos, designs and text directly onto baked goods – is now capable of printing on even taller items, including doughnut, giant macaroons, bars, bagels and mini cakes up to 50.8mm in height.
The Eddie Platform Kit prints a dozen items from 63.5mm to 110mm in diameter and 19mm thick in just two minutes. The automated hands-free carousel rotates the cookies to the print position, then the printer pulls in the cookies one at a time, prints and sends them back to the carousel.
To print on taller, special shaped confections or multiple items in one run, Eddie’s manual feeding option combined with DTM Trays extends the width to 120mm and allows items up to a height of 27mm.
Now, the third option is to use the Eddie Platform Kit for items up to 50.8mm high and up to 114mm wide. Once installed the kit replaces the standard platform.
Printed images are bright and vibrant, and the edible ink is dry and immediately ready for sale after printing. There is no strange film or aftertaste and the ink meets all EU and FDA standards for use as a food additive, while the ink cartridge itself meets cGMP standards and the entire manufacturing and cartridge filling processes are FDA-compliant and cGMP certified. In addition, the edible ink is Kosher and Halal certified and suitable for vegans.
For these reasons and more, Eddie is a professional, edible ink printer that provides bakers and chefs alike with a fast and efficient way to produce bespoke products and open new profit streams.
The Eddie Platform Kit sells for €89.95 (MSRP) and is available now from DTM Print or through authorised DTM Print partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa.