I am pretty sure that my head is a bit too small to be able to pull off such a feat as this. Evil Mad Scientist Labs
has produced a 3d sugar-printer. What prey tell is a sugar-printer? Well, not to be too coy, it prints 3D shapes made from sugar that are solid. It has to with a way to produce rapid prototype designs from computer models. This is one application where a milk scanner
comes in handy to map certain objects before they are fed into the printer to be reproduced in sugar crystals.
is an entire site dedicated to this amazing and incredibly fun way to produce sugar-sculptures in the name of science. Sweet eating and sweet reading, check out the Candyfab, and let us know in the comments if you have any ideas on creating a very simple version of a candyfab, or a similar project and we may feature it on DIY Snapshot