LuckyBot is designed to be an alternative to these expensive food printers, all you need to do is replace the existing hotend with LuckyBot food extruder.
All the models printed by LuckyBot can be eaten. Don't need to worry about food safety. LuckyBot food extruder has been FDA, FCC, and CE certified and been assured by PICC.
All the materials of luckybot are food-grade. The nozzle is made of 304 stainless steel and can be reused.
Except for chocolate, LuckyBot can also print with a variety of other things, including peanut butter, salad dressing, mashed potatoes, and jam.
The easiest food would be peanut butter. It can be printed directly, no need to preheat.
There are many models on LuckyBot official website, you may choose the model and download its gcode file to the SD card of the 3D printer. The printing temperature of peanut butter would be 33~34℃.
Don't remember to run the "for luckybot.gcode file" before executing the print file. It is an automatic program to modify the E steps/mm of your printer = 750.