We printed directly to Hersheys milk chocolate and also to white chocolate to demonstrate the capabilities of the CakePro series printers. The CakePro model used in this video is the CakePro800, which is a $4400 printer and in the middle-price-range of our CakePro series printers (see https://www.inkedibles.com/direct-to-cake-edible-printers.php).
The process is simple:
FOR WHITE CHOCOLATE:
– Either print directly to the white chocolate, or spray it first with the InkEdibles transparent coating for white chocolate (https://www.inkedibles.com/chocolate-transfer-enhanceing-supplies.php) and then print to it. The transparent coating will give the prints a more glossy finish and help with better resolution on oily white chocolate.
FOR MILK OR DARK CHOCOLATE:
– Spray it first with the InkEdibles ChocoSpray (https://www.inkedibles.com/chocolate-transfer-enhanceing-supplies.php) then print to the surface.
See the results for yourself in the video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=gDoymXADQHA).
Equipment and supplies available at www.inkedibles.com
For MILK or DARK chocolate: coat it first using the InkEdibles ChocoSpray
For WHITE chocolate, coat it first using the TRANSPARENT SPRAY FOR WHITE CHOCOLATE:
THEN PRINT WITH INKEDIBLES EDIBLE INK and CAKEPRO (DIRECT TO FOOD) PRINTER: