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the future is now

Take chocolate manufacturing to the next level and start creating unique chocolate designs that could not be done before. 

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campaign launch

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We truly believe 3d printing chocolate does not have to be difficult. With the choc mate 2 we have simplified the process of printing and designing artisanal chocolate, so anyone can do it!

Start shaping the future of chocolate now!

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precise

Repeatability in every layer, every print and every day.

easy to use

No manual tempering needed.

rational

Less interaction thanks to a large print bed.

reliable

Because you can do more than watch your printer.

limitless

If you can think of it, you can do it!

Quiet

Super silent operation to keep you calm when working next to it.
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we are crowdfunding again.

After the huge success of our campaign in 2018, we decided to do it again.
Back then we sold our first chocolate printer, and have customers asking for it ever since.
This is why we decided to develop the second generation, which greatly improves usability and design.

We need your support to get all the necessary certification and do a first production batch.

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features

everything that makes the choc mate different

We truly believe we can offer the best solution for printing artisanal chocolate. But what makes us stand out?
We have intensively used many of our first generation printers for production over more than 3 years and continuously kept improving them. Over time we learned it is not only chocolate prints many of our customers are seeking, but the ability to do it themselves.
This is why we created the second generation of our choc mate.

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made in germany

Developed and designed in Germany. Assembled and tested by ourselves. Sourced as regionally as possible.

built to last

Built with industrial grade components, the choc mate is built to withstand 24/7 use for uninterrupted production.

super silent operation

Trinamic stepper drivers keep noise to a minimum so you can work close.

designed for speed

Combining magnetic built plates and an integrated preheater with sequential printing leads to less interaction time.

food safety

The choc mate is not a modified 3D printer but designed from scratch for food safety and easy cleaning.

easy operation

No CAD, no manual slicing, and no complicated menus. The choc mate is designed to make operation as easy as possible!

precise temperature control

Two separate temperatures for precision down to 0.1° C. We will keep your chocolate tempered!

wireless connectivity

Wireless file upload and control to make things easy and keep your workplace clean.

precise

With nozzles down to 0.5 mm you can print the finest details while the printer even compensates for uneven surfaces.

automated tempering

When using our chocolate sticks no manual tempering is needed.

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technical specifications

All specifications are based on our working prototype and might change slightly.
We promise to update them frequently and only improve things!

Build volume (W - L - H)

340x232x160 mm
12.6 liters

Printer size (W - L - H)

 (inactive) - 483x468x718 mm
(active) - 483x545x718 mm


Noise levels

average 40dB
peak 60dB

Power 

100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz
120 W (max)

Operation temperature

18-22° C for printing chocolate
5-35°C for general operation
-10-50° C for storing

Certification

CE and EU food safety regulations
FDA planned

Weigth

13 kg

Packaging

about 17 kg
50 x 50 x 60 cm

team

meet the people behind the printer
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Founder

Benedikt Daschner

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Pastry chef

Jan Sonnen

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Head of CR-3D

Christian Reil

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Computational designer

Simon Vorhammer