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Chocolate Skull Mold Maker

by akaziuna, published

Chocolate Skull Mold Maker by akaziuna Oct 31, 2012
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You can use this thing to cast a food safe silicone chocolate mold. Then use the mold to cast little white chocolate or candy skulls with pointed teeth. Voila! I turned a scanned skull into chocolates. Happy Halloween!

Instructions

I've written a detailed tutorial on how to make the molds and cast the chocolates with updated (late 2014) instructions. An early version of the instructions are also posted on my site.

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19 hours ago - Modified 19 hours ago

I simply love this dang file! LOL I'm intending on making a "normal" set and If I can figure out, do a set with the craniums cut off and skulls hollowed out (which I can do easily molding, but o design in 3D is another question). I have things to learn pronto!

Thanks again for the great file!

Thanks! Glad you like it!

Try using Meshmixer (http://meshmixer.com/) to hollow out and slice off the top the skull STL that's imported into the OpenSCAD file. Then you can re-render the mold maker file and export from OpenSCAD. The Meshmixer forums will help you get started.

Bueno por "Dia de los Muertes" en Mexico. Treinte uno de Octubre.

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