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"The end result is a gummy candy made using "100% natural products" and is dairy-free, gluten-free, and nut-free."

Image source: Mike Opelka / TheBlaze

From body parts to car parts, applications for computerized 3D-printing are quickly moving into many new areas. This week, customized 3D-printed gummy candy became a reality for candy lovers all across America.

Initially launched in late May at the New York City flagship store of Dylan's Candy Bar, the 3D-printing machines from Katje's Magic Candy Factory are now installed at Dylan's locations from coast to coast.

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Using a tablet computer connected to the printers, consumers can email an image or create a design using a number of templates available.

In addition to choosing the color and flavor of your candy, a special "finishing touch" option can add edible glitter or a sour candy coating to the final product.

In less than five minutes, the personalized gummy candy is finished.

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The Katje's Magic Candy Factory machine used to create gummy treats is reported to be the only "food safe" 3D-printer in use.

The end result is a gummy candy made using "100% natural products" and is dairy-free, gluten-free and nut-free.

Watch TheBlaze Facebook video demonstrating the process of creating customized, edible gummy candy in just about any design you can imagine:

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