So you would like to use your favorite 3D printer to print with food ingredients such as chocolate or mashed potatoes? The LuckyBot Food 3D Printer Extruder has you covered. It can turn your FDM 3D printer into a 3D food scanner in minutes. It works with Creality Ender 3/3 Pro/3 V2/3 Max, Anycubic Mega Series, and Voxelab Aquila 3D Printers.
The LuckyBot extruder has a food-grade ABS body and a stainless steel nozzle. It has a 0-50C temperature control range and auto power off function. It lets you print chocolate, peanut butter, cream, cheese, jam, mashed potatoes, and salad dressing.