25 Replies Amazing 3D Printed Sugar technique

Ciccio ...

amazing I would love to be let loose on one of those printers, but I think I would miss the sculpting myself aspect

Jenniffer White ...

WOW! This is amazing Michal! I would love to spend a day or 2 with technology like that!!

BolosdoNossoImaginário ...

Amazing :D

Ana Remígio - CUPCAKES & DREAMS Portugal ...

WOW!!! I want!!! lol xxx

MsGF ...

Wow! That is awesome. The detail they can create is incredible.

Make Pretty Cakes ...

It sounds great and looks amazing. However…..there’s something special about toppers crafted by hand that I will always still prefer. I’m a bit of a softie for cake artists. If I was a large commerical enterprise or kitchen providing for the masses, machine made manufacturing would be a great way to save money and time I suppose.

I Sugar Coat It! ...

Spectacular! I have heard about 3-D printers, but have not had an opportunity to play.

maria antonietta motta - arcake - ...

wow! wow! woooooWWWWWW

Paul Delaney of Delaneys cakes ...

Wow I gotta have one.

MissPiggy ...

I’m slightly on the fence with this one. On one hand it could take cake decorating to a whole new level with the exactness, precision and complicated detail that we may never be able to achieve and on top of that, at a fraction of the time. You think the possibilities are endless now, imagine it with a 3D printer.

On the other hand, we produce pieces of art: “The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination” there is no room in that definition for ‘machinery’. It will take away the preciousness of a cake, the hard work, the sleepless nights and that great feeling of gratitude and it all being worth it because a machine printed it out. This is just the start, what’s stopping them from printing a cake that actually tastes good one day?

Technology is great, but it’s also killing a lot of things.

Unusual cakes for you ...

Look amazing, but not sure I think the hand sculpting has the wow factor

3DSweets ...

I see it as another piece of the creative puzzle. I mean, let’s face it, we use machines every time we mix batter or bake a cake! Buyers can see the difference between hand-sculpting and 3D printed toppers. I don’t think this will eliminate hand-crafted decorations or skilled artisans, rather give us another option when designing cakes.

Michal Bulla ...

Exactly – it will be just another option how to make your life easier.

Take The Cake ...

That is so so sooo cool wow I would love to see how it works :)

Bolinhos com Amor ...

Amazing!!!!!

Sara Luvarà - Zucchero a Palla Cakes ...

wonderful!!!

Ellie1985 ...

I’m sure you could make amazing topper with a 3D printer but I assume the cost would be prohibitive for most bakers.

Mnhammy by Sofia Salvador ...

wow this is so cool!!!! I could definitely use it in some occasions… It’s not a substitute for hand sculpting, but I can already imagine great looking cakes using that technique! :-)

Peggy ( Precious Taarten) ...

wauw!!!

Berna García / Ilusiona Cakes ...

Yo quiero una también!!!!! =)

Terry ...

Probably the way forward for a multitude of things, however the price of the equipment at the moment is way beyond the average person. When the prices level out…well, then the world is your oyster.

Fleur de Sucre ...

Love it! You might also be interest in this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIFi8but3Vw Chocolate printer!

Susana Silva ...

Amazing work. I want one 3D printer ;)
Where can i find

christ00 ...

Hi Michal
I am late but really awesome work. These 3D designs looks amazing. Thanks to you and your friend, for sharing this with us.

SugarMagicCakes (Christine) ...

Yeah they do look amazing.
My partner, Gary, has been learning to use 3d modelling software called 3d smax. There is sooo much to it, to creating a 3d model on the computer, this is an artform in itself. I dont know if what he creates on this program could be printed with a sugar printer.