Pandora's Pops: Specialty Candy Made With 3D Printed Molds

August 15, 2016

Pandora's Pops: Specialty Candy Made With 3D Printed Molds

Pandora's Pops founder Jenna Chambers uses 3D printed molds to make a line of specialty organic lollipops. She joined up with Lana Briscella a 3D designer to create the molds and used Shapeways to 3D print prototypes. The prototypes were cast in food-grade silicone in order to construct molds that could form candy. Candy can be repeatedly formed with the molds, and Jenna uses them to shape the Taste The Rainbow and Burning Man lollipops. 

3D Printers are often used to print a variety of different objects that allow people to create interesting.  

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