Students UPCT Makers Association made this afternoon in Murcia Gourmet chocolate demonstrations printing 3D space Gispert, Murcia technology company that wants to know the hospitality industry interest in the prototype built by students of the Polytechnic University Cartagena.
To develop the 3D printer Chocolate students of the Polytechnic "We start from the electronic and mechanical printing strand own plastic of conventional 3D printers and made several changes to adapt to the temperature and speed you need chocolate, for it melts chocolate evenly and no bubbles appear, while the lower layers refrigerate to solidify, "said Jose David Trapero, founder of UPCT Makers, a university association in just a year and has more than 70 thirty members and 3D printers manufactured.
"We have 13 construction projects underway, we manage and solve ourselves, without any teacher mentoring," says Trapero.
"In Murcia Gastronomic want chocolate experts give us suggestions to perfect the prototype," he adds.
Print shows chocolate can be seen along this weekend in space Gisbert, a company of comprehensive information technology will also show in Gastronomic Murcia terminal outlets smart collection manager cash.
"We listen to the needs of confectioners and potential customers in a 3D printer to feed contacting the ingenuity of University students with business and market demands," argues Jose Ramon Vera, CEO of Gispert.