Mickey Mouse Pancakes? Strictly Amateur. Meet The PancakeBot.

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If you thought being able to make pancakes in the shape of Mickey Mouse endeared you to your kids forever, the Pancakebot will significantly up your status. The PancakeBot is the world’s first pancake printer capable of automatically dispensing batter directly onto a griddle in the shape of the user’s choosing. Design your own pancake masterpiece using the free software or choose from the pre-made designs at their website.

PancakeBot 3D Pancake Printer

A runaway success on Kickstarter, the PancakeBot raised $460,584 with 2,074 backers. The 3D food printer helps kids and adults explore technology through food by drawing perfect pancakes every time.


Easy To Operate:

The simple interface allows you to easily select a design to print from your SD card, pause and restart while printing, and even adjust the pressure of the dispenser to perfect your pancake designs.

Step 1: Draw your pancake with the PancakePainter software or choose a design from pancakebot.com website.

Step 2: Load SD card with design files and insert into PancakeBot.

Step 3: Make your pancake batter, load the bottle, and watch the PancakeBot print your design!

You can see examples of  available designs on their website here.

Cleaning & Storage
The PancakeBot can be conveniently disassembled for storage and the batter dispenser bottle and griddle can be removed for easy cleaning.

The Background:
PancakeBot started off as Miguel Valenzuela’s whimsical dream to make a “Pancake Machine” out of LEGO for his two young daughters. One day, Miguel was reading a Make magazine article about a pancake stamping machine made out of LEGO. His 3-year-old daughter, Lily, who was understandably fascinated by the idea, wanted her father to make a pancake invention of his own. Thus, PancakeBot was born. Miguel worked on developing and improving various LEGO designs and printed his first successful pancakes after 6 months. The PancakeBot was first revealed to the public at the World Maker Faire in New York. The response and interest from the public was so great that Miguel decided to build a more advanced version. Fast-forward to 2014, when Miguel displayed an acrylic version of the PancakeBot at both the San Mateo and White House Maker Faire. The public loved it! Inspired by their response, Miguel partnered with StoreBound, a company with the skills and know-how necessary to bring a refined version of the product to market. Together, they have succeeded in introducing the PancakeBot to kitchens around the world.

Product Details

• Proprietary batter dispensing system will draw your perfect customized pancake every time
• Software included to trace any image on your computer
• Non-stick electric griddle with removable probe included
• BPA-free batter dispenser
• Quick start Guide and Recipe Book included

Product Dimensions: 25.8 x 13 x 17.5 inches
Weight: 9.5 pounds
Shipping Weight: 21.7 pounds
MSRP: $299.99
Buy the PancakeBot in Black or Red here



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