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In addition to 3-D printers, piq Chocolates also uses traditional molds, left, to make customized chocolates. Above, 3-D printed interlocking chocolate rings. Below, a custom-molded chocolate bar.
May I print you a chocolate bar? At South by Southwest, the buzziest food panels have been about food technology, in particular the use of 3D printers to produce food like Austin startup piq Chocolate’s products.
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