"I think that tomric might have the software. If not then Chocolat-chocolat in Montreal will have it. Purchasing anywhere within North America is fairly easy and straight forward. It's just as easy to order directly from Deco artist in England.…"
"TS02 directly on the printer. Attached are the settings that I use. If the images are sticking to the sheet (partially) then there is too much ink flow. The settings on the attachment are for any canon printer.If the ink is flowing to much then…"
"I always use a thin layer of white. I use white chocolate and cocoa butter.
100 grams white chocolate and 30 grams cocoa butter is my blend. Depending on what white chocolate you use, you can make minor adjustments.
What CIS system are you…"
"I have used several different brands from the United States. I live in Canada. I've used Icing Images, PhotoFrost, and Kopykake. The best inks for color matching to the original canon inks is Kopykake. The cartridges they use…"
"It is worth it to buy the USB stick. Deco artist also has the cake software which is free. If you download the Edible Artist software, scroll way down in the template page and you will see all the template shapes. Just make sure it matches…"
"These can be used just like any other transfer sheets you would buy ie. PCB, Chef Rubber etc. You do need to use a white backing to make your image show. If not the image gets lost in the dark chocolate."
"David, what are the ingredients listed for your chocosheets? I am wondering who Chocolate World is using for their supplier. The cake art sheets are: water, cornstarch, sugar, cocoa butter, citric acid, bamboo fibre, soya lecithin, vanilla…"
"You cannot airbrush the chocolate-artist (Deco) sheets, but airbrushing the cake art sheets should work. David is right in that "just do what works" and progress as experience comes.
I have done thousands of customized bonbons and I…"
"If you are making a high end product, then the candy melts compromise the product. Compound chocolate is fine if the product is run of the mill quality. I blend white chocolate with cocoa butter and just plain everyday light oxidizes the…"
Hi Debra, I'm trying to learn more about cocoa butter printing, computers, and getting customer logos on my chocolates and you seem to be the "go to" person for that. Would you mind emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org? I have a ton of questions and limited funds and time to get a proposal worked up for a corporate account. I could order them custom made, but I'd rather do it myself. I went to Tomrics website and couldn't find any information about printer chips or software; could you point me in a directions? I would really appreciate any help. Roberta
Thanks Debra, I took your advice and things went a lot better last night. I also watched the videos and picked up on quite a few mistakes I have been making. I really appreciate the trouble you took to help me. I will be tempering and dipping all day and I am sure it is going to go a lot better as I am going to watch a video again before I start.