Chicago School of Mold Making
The Chicago School of Mold Making DBA Chicago Culinary FX, is a mold making company which makes food-safe silicone molds and thermoformed high-definition PETG molds. Founded in August 2002 by Michael Joy and Beatrice Schneider, it is now located in Westchester, Illinois. Their motto is "Giving Shape to Your Ideas."
Their facility is staffed by craftspeople, designers and experienced mold makers, who design and make both custom molds and stock. Stock molds range from "nature molds" based on natural forms, to everything from gear molds, sphere molds, and long noodle-shaped molds which can be used for making chocolate and sugar showpieces.
CCFX is known for their custom design work. An expert will guide customers through the specifics of either using custom food-safe silicone or a plastic PETG mold.
Uses[edit | edit source]
Flexible silicone molds are good for certain baking, freezing, hard candy, gummy, caramel, chocolate, mousse, gels and more. If molding chocolate only, thermoformed DH plastic PETG molds capture the detail with shine and easy release.
Educational Information[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "Chicago Culinary FX: Pastry Jove Hubbard's World Chocolate Master's Creation". Retrieved 29 September 2017.
- "Chicago Business.com: Inside Oak Park's Chicago School". Retrieved 29 September 2017.
- Spiselman, Anne (January 31, 2015). "Meet the Oak Park company chefs use to help them make creatively shaped foods". Crains Chicago Business. Retrieved 30 September 2017.
- "Looking Towards Future Lyon from American Cake Decorating Magazine". chicagomoldschool.com. Retrieved 2018-04-02.
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