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The chocolate forming device featured in this instructable is used to create strings of chocolate without the need for an external or internal heat so...
The chocolate chamber is where all the chocolate is stored and compressed in. For my chamber I used a Ø60mm aluminium tube with wall thickness 10mm. t...
This part pushes the chocolate up the chamber, whilst providing a tight seal to stop chocolate traveling back down.through this design, you can also p...
The system that I am using to move the chocolate out of the extrusion plate is a hydraulic bottle jack. These pumps are usually used for lifting cars ...
Brief What the mounting has to do is: Hold the chamber above the jack. Stop the assembly from falling over. Give a rigid surface for jack...
The function of the extrusion plate is to form the chocolate ito the desired shape. The chocolate is forced through a small hole whose shape will beco...
Possible uses of the chocolate string: Easy shaping of chocolate over mold. Hollow chocolate egg in egg cup. Decoration. Wound chocol...
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