No more watery ketchup with a 3D-printed cap (VIDEO)

High school students designed the 3D-printed bottle replacement cap that forces the ketchup away from the top and into a small tube at its center, which the ketchup then squeezes out of.

Teenagers Jonathan Thompson and Tyler Richards of Missouri created a bottle replacement cap that forces the ketchup away from the top and into a small tube at its center, which the ketchup then squeezes out of. After a number of prototypes, the two settled on a mushroom-shaped cap to separate the water that settles at the top of the bottle from the thick red paste.

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