Bath Bomb Embed Bar Maker Mold
This is a 3D printed mold for people who make their own bath bombs and is designed to be used by hand to make bath bomb embed bars. Make embed bars at a time, quickly and easily!
The mold contains 3 pieces: Base, Sleeve, and Plunger. Colour of mold may vary from picture.
Available in 2 sizes:
- small - holds approximately 420 - 450 grams of mix and makes 28 embeds at a time
- large - holds approximately 840 - 900 grams of mix and makes 56 embeds at a time
The plunger includes guidelines so that you can cut your embed bars in a consistent size. Cutting along guidelines results in embed bars that are approximately 10.5 mm (0.4") x 15mm (0.6"). Depth of embed bar dependent on how much mix you put into the mold. Embed bars pictured were made with the large embed bar maker, with 900 grams of mix, resulting in embed bars approximately 65 mm (2.5") deep.
Our molds are made of PLA which is derived from renewable resources like corn starch or sugar cane. To clean your mold, rinse under cool water and towel dry. PLA is heat sensitive and can retain water, so molds should never be put in the dishwasher or soaked, and should not be rinsed with warm or hot water.
Molds are printed to order, so we do not offer refunds or cancellations on any orders. If you have any issues with any item, please contact us directly, and we will work with you. If you have any quality issues, please contact us directly.
To use: Place sleeve on base. Add your embed mixture in layers. Place the plunger inside sleeve, press down, and unmold. Finally use a knife (not included) to cut your embed bars.
Price and Currency
Price is for one (1) 3D printed mold in Canadian dollars
Embeds Not Included
This is for a mold only - embeds are not included.
There may be slight discoloration or other printing defects on printed products. This will not affect the performance of the molds.
Rinse your mold under cool water and towel dry to clean mold. Never soak your molds as they can retain water. Do not place your molds in the dishwasher. PLA is susceptible to heat, so please do not use warm or hot water.