3D printer made from CD-ROM drives makes ink designs in Jello

The technology behind 3D printing is used to get a huge array of tasks — printing eye cells to greatly help produce a future to create casts firearms and prosthesis, and much more. Added to the list is a little printer made from CD-ROM drives that, utilizing sort and a needle of ink, prints 3D designs in of JELLO.

The people behind SpriteMods developed the 3D printer using old CD-ROM drives to print layouts in JELLO shots to get a birthday party. The printer functions with parts mounted on a wood plank, using a syringe needle being mounted on the contraption where it move about and picked in the drives. The liquid is shoved to the JELLO by means of a regular syringe.