"I do have some of the 'proper' sheets, but tend to do use the overheads most for the experiments.
I add white coloured cocoa butter to some colours - ie titanium dioxide - to make them opaque rather than white chocolate."
Are you using colored cocoa butter for every color or do you have to add white chocolate to any of your colors? Are you still printing on overhead projector acetate sheets or did you find a source for the thinner sheets?"
"Thanks curt. Yes I looked into it and it is really expensive, especially if you want to do multiple colors. Probably just cheaper to have someone make the transfer sheets for you. Can try the new Chocolate Artist program from Chocolate World as…"
"HI Christina: I am not sure about the food safe issue but I do know that making silk screens requires substantial equipment. The biggest in terms of price and space would be a vacuum table(for holding the screen flat) and high intensity lights(to…"
I really haven't found anybody come out and say that their products are FDA approved. I looked at the YUDO machine too. Very cool. I think this machine can also be used to make photopolymer plates for making raised/embossed chocolate…"
I too have been trying to figure out how to make my own custom screens for cocoa butter. Have you found food safe supplies yet? I came across what's called YUDU which is a silkscreen machine. It uses emulsion sheets instead of…"
I"m working on producing my own transfer sheets. Currently I print on treated acetate sheets but I'm working on screen printing them. I read your old posts about this and wanted to know if you ever had any success sourcing supplies.