IGF Fondant Roller (Sheeter)

Fondant sheeter ideal for sugarpaste, almondpaste and plastic chocolate up to 5mm thick.



Fondant sheeter machine ideal for sugarpaste, almondpaste and plastic chocolate for commercial cake decorations.

  • Machine designed for the plastic chocolate, sweet pastes, almond paste and for other types of puffs, from the marzipan to the shortbread.
  • Solid frame completely in steel A/SI 304
  • Simple and compact design.
  • Rolls length 30, 40 or 60cm produced in acetal resin.
  • Millimetre thickness regulation that allows to obtain thin puff· Rolls minimum opening 0 mm, maximum 5 mm.
  • Teflon chute and rollers designed to facilitate the sliding of the sheet

IGF Fondant Sheeters Specifications


Can you put fondant in a pasta machine?
Yes, a pasta machine can be used to roll out fondant, but it’s important to use a machine that is specifically designed for fondant or other similar materials. Pasta machines may not have the necessary settings to roll out fondant to the desired thickness or may not be able to handle the stickiness of fondant.

Can a dough sheeter be used for fondant?
Yes, a dough sheeter can be used for fondant, but it’s important to use a sheeter that is specifically designed for fondant or other similar materials, such as gum paste or marzipan. Regular dough sheeters may not be able to handle the delicate nature of fondant and can cause tearing or stretching.

What is the difference between a dough roller and a dough sheeter?
A dough roller and a dough sheeter are both used to roll out dough, but there are some key differences. A dough roller is typically a manual or electric device that is used to flatten out a small amount of dough at a time, often for making small pastries or tortillas. A dough sheeter, on the other hand, is a larger, more heavy-duty machine that is used to roll out larger quantities of dough quickly and evenly. Dough sheeters are often used in commercial bakeries or pastry shops.

How thick should you roll fondant?
The thickness of fondant can vary depending on the type of cake or pastry you are decorating, but a general rule of thumb is to roll it out to about 1/8 inch thick. This thickness is usually thin enough to be pliable and easy to work with, but thick enough to provide good coverage and structure.

What should I look for when choosing a fondant Roller?
When choosing a fondant sheeter, it’s important to look for a machine that is specifically designed for fondant or other similar materials, and has adjustable thickness settings. Other features to consider may include the size of the machine, the power source (manual or electric), and the ease of use and maintenance.

Can a fondant sheeter be used for other materials besides fondant?
Yes, many fondant rollers can also be used for other similar materials such as gum paste, marzipan, or even certain types of dough. However, it’s important to check the manufacturer’s specifications and recommended uses before attempting to use the sheeter with other materials.

How do I clean a fondant sheeter?
To clean a fondant sheeter, first remove any excess fondant or debris from the machine using a soft, dry brush or cloth. Then, wipe down the rollers and other surfaces with a damp cloth or sponge, being careful not to get water or cleaning solution inside the machine. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals that may damage the machine or contaminate the fondant.

Can a fondant sheeter be used to create textured designs on fondant?
Yes, some fondant sheeters come with textured rollers or mats that can be used to create patterns or designs on the fondant as it is rolled out. These rollers or mats may be interchangeable or sold separately, and can add an extra element of creativity and detail to your fondant designs.

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