3D-Printed Bacon is Infinite, Vegan, and Made from 100% Sandstone (VIDEO)

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bill-swift - November 8, 2012

We all know that bacon is awesome. But no matter how you try to make it last longer, it won't, because it's gone the moment you eat it--which is why it was made and sent to your plate in the first place.

Interestingly enough, some people have created the infinite bacon that goes around endlessly to boggle minds and tempt hungry stomachs. The bacon that goes on forever is, unfortunately, not made out of actual bacon.

In fact, it's one of the many products of 3D-printing start-up Shapeways. They tossed in a lot of sandstone and coloring to come up with Möbius strip of bacon that looks too good and too delectably real. Too bad it isn't.

Of course, you can one-up Shapeways by frying up a real batch of bacon that's been twisted into Möbius strips themselves. Hopefully one comes out fully cooked and crunchy in unending goodness. If all else, try again. There's no harm in trying.

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