No problem, all you have to do is size the mold for the lightest/lowest density product, if you have a depositor you can under fill sightly or if you flood and scrape you products will be slightly different weights.
Just so you know we ship…"
"Chocolate density ranges between about 1.2 grams/cc to 1.35 grams/cc.
Your chocolate can be tested for density at our facility if you like, no obligation. Send us a sample and we would be happy to do that for you.
"Using ABS is not something I have seen used for chocolate molds. FDA Styrene like HIPS does have a place in the chocolate industry for plaques and packaging but in my opinion does not have the strength to have a useful life in chocolate…"
This is the closest we have, it's about 20 x 20 x 19 mm, 8.8cc, about 10 grams depending on chocolate density. We have smaller but they are proprietary.
It's on a 275 x 175 mm mold with 40 cavities, some people put multiple…"
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As a child in the early 70's , walking through chocolate novelty manufacturers plants in Pennsylvania with my father while they were in Easter production. In particular, the hollow molding operations made a deep impression. This was before the restricted access of today's plants.
My favorite chocolate is:
Hard to say with all the variety available
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