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So I was recently sent the new flex sheets to test out on my formbox
At first I was very suprised at the material is much thicker than the normal sheets!
I done the recommended temperature at 5.5 and left it for 2 minutes and I am thoroughly impressed with the detail this sheet is able to capture!
I've created a small video of me making the mould
As the spooky season is approaching I am creating a spellbook brownie bar
I will update this review with an image of the final product and my opinions of using this material with chocolate!
I'll also be uploading the final products over on Instagram @wackywebsters on the 20th be sure to head over and follow along
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While you can certainly fit multiple objects on the form bed, the maximum number really depends on the height, width and shape of the objects you’re trying to mold. The form bed size is 200mm x 200mm and ideally, there needs to be a 4cm perimeter around each object for it to form correctly. The best way for you to get a feel for what fits is when you start experimenting!
The size of the form bed is 200mm x 200mm and we recommend having around a 4cm perimeter around anything you're forming (especially if you're forming multiple items on one sheet). Therefore, we recommend that the base of the object you want to form is no larger than 160mm x 160mm.
When it comes to the height of the object you want to form, we recommend that the object is NOT taller than it is wide. You may be able to get away with it being taller than it is wide if you're using generous draft angles to compensate.