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george uk
11-06-2014, 03:06 PM
http://refrigerators.reviewed.com/news/watch-this-machine-print-a-raspberry
http://3dprint.com/4314/3d-printed-fruit-microsoft/

see this today. When they do one that can print Pie ad Chips, am in. and off to sell them in yorkshire, :congratulatory:.

Seriously though, we seem to be at the very start of the age of true food replication. cant wait, my cooking sucks

cropwell
12-06-2014, 09:53 AM
I have got a device in the kitchen that produces good food on demand, but it breaks down too often and requires servicing regularly. Couldn't live without it, but then I'm just a male chauvinist :pig:.
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Before you get on your high horse - it's a joke !!!

Clive S
12-06-2014, 10:00 AM
I have got a device in the kitchen that produces good food on demand, but it breaks down too often and requires servicing regularly. Couldn't live without it, but then I'm just a male chauvinist :pig:.
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Before you get on your high horse - it's a joke !!!

I have one of those as well but I can't understand the manual it seem to be intermittent. :cower: ..Clive

GEOFFREY
12-06-2014, 10:05 AM
[QUOTE=cropwell;59154]I have got a device in the kitchen that produces good food on demand, but it breaks down too often and requires servicing regularly. Couldn't live without it, but then I'm just a male chauvinist :pig:.

I have had one of those for devices for 49 years(aniversary today!!!), but I just can,t seem to program it to do what I want.G.

cropwell
12-06-2014, 10:17 AM
Mine was produced just post-war (WW2) and I have had it for 45 years. Programming is always a problem as they have an unpredictability generator. Sometimes it goes berserk for no apparent reason. There is no manual, but mine seems to respond to flowers. Treat it well annually (anniversary wise) and they work reasonably well.

Cheers,

Rob

JAZZCNC
12-06-2014, 06:26 PM
Don't bother get rid of the bloody things they only leak and break done every month then cost a load of money to keep running sweet.!! . . . . . . I already have a food replicator it's called a phone.! . . . . . Speak to it and then food arrives at the door all ready to eat.!! . . . . . . If this breaks down I have an emergency back called Microwave meals.!! . . . . .. If all else fails then I go to defcon 5 which is called "mother".!

george uk
13-06-2014, 12:55 AM
Lol.. I prefer servicing the ones from the scrap pile, Owning one always felt more like a long term Hire Purchase.

Wejjmeister
13-06-2014, 02:13 PM
Its the faulty ECU [Emotional Control Unit] that you need to replace, they constantly break down!