How in the world do chocolate candies get their shape? You're about to find out.
Your mission: Model a mold for chocolates.
Concave: Having a surface that curves inward such as the interior of a sphere or round bowl.
Convex: Having a surface that curves outward such as the outside of a sphere.
Draft angle: Refers to the tapering of the sides of a mold to allow easy ejection of molded or cast parts such as those produced with plastics, metals, concrete, and food materials like chocolate.
Getting to a successful design
Learn more about your mission.
Make your chocolate and mold
Let's make some delicious-looking chocolate! Follow the guides you downloaded in step 2, or watch them online
to design your chocolate and the mold to produce it. When you are done, share your design in the showcase.
Learn more about concave and convex shapes.