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3D printer creates customised burritos

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We imagine you take your consumption of burritos pretty damn seriously. We know we do.

It's all about ratio if you ask us and a rather brilliant young chap by the name of Marko Manriquez is creating a 3D printer which will print burritos to your specifications. For real.

It's called BurritoBot and it allows you to customise how much sour cream, salsa and guacamole are squeezed onto your wrap.

Confused? You won't be after you've watched the video below. Once you've then got over your excitement, you can donate funding to ensure every home has one in the future right here.

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