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Markham volunteers use 3D printing to make 12-foot Canada Day cake | Toronto Star

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Every big birthday needs a cake.

So to celebrate Canada 150, Markham is going all-out: more than 500 volunteers have used 3D printing pens to create a 12-foot-tall Canada-themed delicacy.

The only problem? You can’t eat it.

The cake will be “iced” with plastic beavers, poutine, fishing boats, lighthouses and Mounties, among other Canadian symbols—all made by Markham community members

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Huge 3D-printed Markham birthday cake to celebrate Canada's 150th | YorkRegion.com

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Marina Mais of New Step For You stands beside a replica 3D model of the massive 12-foot-wide, 8-foot-high 3D birthday cake 600 people will spend 900 hours creating with special 3D pens for Markham’s celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary. It will be revealed July 1 at Milne Park. – Tim Kelly/ Metroland

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