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3D Jello printer [Project]
posted June 10 2014 10:43.36 by spic0m

A funny, but fully operational, 3D printer made from old CD-ROMS and a syringe, the needle applies the "printing fluid" in small plastic shots.
Content of the shot glasses is jello (duh), printing fluid is a mixture of banana liquor, food coloring and starch treated in microwave oven to make it less viscose.

[Link: Sprites Mods]

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