Wednesday, April 17, 2013

How'd They Do That; Chocolate Coins

Chocolate is melted and cooled to

the proper temperature for molding.

Melted chocolate is transferred to

a depositor.

Molds are filled with chocolate.

Chocolate travels through a cooling

tunnel and is then ready to be

removed from the molds.

Chocolate blanks are loaded into the

foiling/imprinting equipment.

Rolls of foil are loaded onto


Foil is fed out to wrap chocolate


Metal die with the design to be

imprinted is put in place.

A punch cylinder enwraps the

chocolate, cuts the foil and imprints

both sides in one continuous motion.

Finished chocolate casino chips are

ejected into bins.

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