Soon we may be solving problems with meat printers.

  Forum Editor 13:40 PM 21 Jan 13
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If a new technology gets up and running shops may one day be offering succulent burgers that have been printed.

It's a short step from commercial printing to home printing, so you never know - we might have to start a new food-printing help forum.

  Pine Man 13:55 PM 21 Jan 13

I bet the 'compatible' cartridges will have horse meat in them!

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:35 PM 21 Jan 13

Wasn't this called a "replicater" in the Star trek series?

  Bing.alau 14:38 PM 21 Jan 13

I think I saw something on the BBC news this morning about 3D printing?

  spuds 14:42 PM 21 Jan 13

I reckon this is all pie in the sky :O)

  caccy 14:49 PM 21 Jan 13

I'm having a horse laugh.

  Quickbeam 15:06 PM 21 Jan 13

Will the red cartridge be for rare printing?

  X7-250 15:47 PM 21 Jan 13

will HP printers include a cartridge of brown sauce?

  wiz-king 15:59 PM 21 Jan 13

Neigh neigh!

  The Old Mod 16:05 PM 21 Jan 13

As long as we don't get the trots!

  bumpkin 16:14 PM 21 Jan 13

Sounds a little on the expensive side at £200,000.00 for a burger.

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