#34 How we come up with the designs in Victorian Cherry Image Candy

  • Published on Jul 4, 2016
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    Using Victorian candy making techniques and equipment, we make hard candies in Tallahassee, Florida preserving a centuries old tradition. You can get this candy at www.pd.net This time we make Cherry flavored candies with an image of a cherry in each piece.
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Comments • 264

  • rad kid
    rad kid 12 days ago

    very cool!

  • longshot789
    longshot789 25 days ago

    Could double as a wishbone design.

  • freja Lenschow
    freja Lenschow 25 days ago +1

    Ive ben to blackpool :0 they have amazing rocks 💕💕

  • Calmaressurgebat
    Calmaressurgebat Month ago

    This looks really good!

  • Rachel W
    Rachel W Month ago

    I think the 80s drug you were referring to is called "crack rock", not "cut rock" but either way...lol

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  Month ago +1

      You did not grow up in my neighborhood of Brooklyn. I graduated high School in 86

  • Nordryd
    Nordryd Month ago

    I’ll have to order some of these. Cherry is my favorite candy flavor. And the acid drops look hella good as well. I love sour candy, and especially when it’s not covered in sticky sour sugar... or is it citric acid? Hmm... I just had that thought

  • Hairpie69720
    Hairpie69720 2 months ago

    Greg have you done a shamrock in hard candy I know you have done it in drops I would love to see it done in the rods and you can choose the flavor

  • Hairpie69720
    Hairpie69720 2 months ago

    Did you put any cherry flavoring in the candy if not why not I think that would have been a good idea

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 months ago

      Any candy we make that looks like a fruit is flavored like the fruit.

  • Tasmin Cloete
    Tasmin Cloete 2 months ago +8

    Let's give this video some love from 2019. ❤️

  • Havana Woody
    Havana Woody 2 months ago

    sugar murrine candy

  • Mariqueen
    Mariqueen 2 months ago

    I feel "Cut Log" candy would be the most appropriate name for it ;)

  • Kaysler
    Kaysler 3 months ago

    Add your list of "lost love" video links to the descriptions of the videos ON that list.

  • BluePup
    BluePup 3 months ago

    Have you ever tried to make the background an image too? Or is that too tricky?

  • napalmnacey
    napalmnacey 4 months ago +1

    7:32 - that discarded “unicorn dropping” looks more like a “unicorn lung” LOLOL!

  • napalmnacey
    napalmnacey 4 months ago +1

    Australians call this “rock candy”, “lollies” is a more general term for sugar-based confections. Chocolate isn’t called a lolly, but it is used in some lollies (chocolate licorice bullets, mainly).

    • ddawn23
      ddawn23 2 months ago

      What do you call the confection that's just sugar crystallized onto a string or wooden stick that's often made by schoolchildren as a science experiment? That's what "rock candy" is to Americans.

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  4 months ago

      We talk about this in our cherry video.

  • thewalkingtalkingpieceoffrybread James brunelle

    1:05 i just about had a heart attack lmao

  • Jesse Hopper
    Jesse Hopper 6 months ago

    The moving between first and third person was confusing

  • svampae
    svampae 6 months ago

    So Greg isnt the narrator? Wut

    • N-Word is Bad
      N-Word is Bad 3 months ago

      +Lofty Pursuits So, two Gregs?

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  6 months ago +1

      We would never do that.

    • svampae
      svampae 6 months ago

      +Lofty Pursuits oh you just talked in 3rd person that made me confused

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  6 months ago

      I'm not sure what you are talking about. Greg is the narrator.

  • Glenbo24
    Glenbo24 7 months ago +1

    Man of many talents , awesome !

  • Veemo
    Veemo 7 months ago

    Looks like a small headset or earbuds

  • CB3474
    CB3474 8 months ago

    I’m weird, but I call those hard candies “sugar stiffs”. I’m in America, but I always called those candies sugar stiffs because it make it more sense.

  • tissue paper
    tissue paper 9 months ago

    These places are a STAPLE in English costal beachside towns, I want to make this sort of business.

  • Culinary Gurly
    Culinary Gurly 9 months ago

    Greg idk about every1 else but i would love to see a basic tools and names video on the tools you use to make hard candies

  • moloney02
    moloney02 9 months ago

    I'm going to be in Tallahassee from June 6 to 20something and was wondering what side of the road you are on

  • Allan Frasheri
    Allan Frasheri Year ago

    Why does Greg refer to himself in the third person, I mean it's hilarious but puzzling

  • Kilroy Was Here
    Kilroy Was Here Year ago

    i think i wouldve made the stems green

    MADx TITAN Year ago

    Would be really cool to do a pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness month.

  • Rob Mckennie
    Rob Mckennie Year ago

    Maybe it's different in Australia, but in New Zealand lollies are just any kind of candy

  • Plan X
    Plan X Year ago

    In Denmark we Call Them bolsjer

  • Becci McInnes
    Becci McInnes Year ago

    we mostly call it rock candy!

  • Kirt Kirt
    Kirt Kirt Year ago

    actually we call all sweets/candies "lollies" in australia, that hard candy is the one thing we actually do call "candy"

  • Cynder Mephite
    Cynder Mephite Year ago

    I honestly thought you had made a stethoscope candy image! The cherries look like the ear buds and the leaf looks like the chest piece!
    Too much doc Mcstuffins for me :/

  • Savvy Bruh
    Savvy Bruh Year ago

    I've never heard it being called cut rock, we call it rock candy in the UK but you were close 😂😂

  • søren Hulemose
    søren Hulemose Year ago

    Greg Try salt candy

  • Mojos Bigstick
    Mojos Bigstick Year ago

    Is there no market for selling sticks of rock? When you take a big bite, it feels like contest between your teeth and the rock - which will crack first? Then the huge lump completely gums your gob shut. Ahh, childhood fun.

  • Elsa&lisa
    Elsa&lisa Year ago

    I love that this is similar to glass making. What's next candy beads and necklaces ? :)

  • Betty Page-Crocker

    Thank you for all the time and attention you put into making these video's I'll never be able to visit your store. My grandmother& i use to make candy it's very special to me with 12 children 81+ grandchildren & great grandchildren she made us feal special by teaching us each something different planting seeds of her wisdom;-)

  • DoYouWantAFireCookie

    I, for one would love to eat titanium oxide.

  • NoyzBot
    NoyzBot Year ago +2

    I... why are you referring to yourself in the 3rd person? that's kinda weird

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  Year ago +5

      +NoyzBot Testing to see if I have any royal blood. I don't.

  • Notice Me Genki
    Notice Me Genki Year ago

    All your candies are beautiful but I'm enamored with your "unicorn droppings". I so wish you sold them online haha!

  • Crusty /r/edits
    Crusty /r/edits Year ago


  • 1 random tomato fan

    do u ship to antartica

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  Year ago

      Ok, contact us through our web site www.pd.net and tell them when you will be down there and what you want, and I'll ask around to see if anyone is going down there. They won't be going for a few more months if they are going at all.

    • 1 random tomato fan
      1 random tomato fan Year ago

      Lofty Pursuits ok thatd be great

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  Year ago

      +Endden C No, but we've had some delivered there. The antartic research institute is fairly close to us. Please have brought our candy with them when they've gone. If you need, I can ask around to see if anyone is going and they could bring some for you.

  • fairy floss ed
    fairy floss ed Year ago

    do you have a Facebook i tryed to find it when you mentioned it in another video but couldn't

  • craniumbear
    craniumbear Year ago

    it's great! could you do a batch where the cherries themselves are larger? or would it mess up the candy?

  • Ezmerelda Optera
    Ezmerelda Optera Year ago

    Just put in an order for a variety bag can't wait to try the candies! Love the videos.

  • Emily C
    Emily C Year ago +1

    In Aus, 'lolly' is the closest term we have to 'candy' though for us it doesn't include things like chocolate or fudge and beyond the term 'confectionery' we don't have a term that encompasses all sweet goods. This type of candy would most likely be called 'rock candy' here in Aus as well, however it isn't very common so even if you used the term it may not be always recognized. My guess would be people would refer to them as 'the cylinder lollies with a picture in them'. ;)

  • PJ E
    PJ E Year ago

    Hey Greg, I am inspired to try at home to make some candy after watching your video. Two questions pls...1. Once the candy is made how do you store it for sale so the pieces don't stick together? 2. Those are cool looking gloves, are they special for candy/baking, what brand of gloves are they?

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  Year ago +1

      +PJ E work fast, seal up quick. Pick a dry day.

    • PJ E
      PJ E Year ago

      now worries. And how do you keep your candy from NOT sticking together once completed?

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  Year ago

      +PJ E After a number of my viewers have gotten badly burned trying to do this at home, I no longer give advice. Please find someone to teach you so you don't get hurt.

  • spidaminida
    spidaminida Year ago +1

    In Australia all sweets are called lollies ;)

  • Debbie321lopez
    Debbie321lopez 2 years ago +6

    Smking cigarettes and hard candy. This video is a +1 for health xD

    • Sukh Madiq
      Sukh Madiq Year ago +2

      To be fair, it was a very popular anti-smoking song.

  • Punk Tattoo Guy
    Punk Tattoo Guy 2 years ago

    Maybe you've said it before, but I can't recall, what do you do with the leftover pieces that are on the ends, which don't show the image?

    • xXcoolwhip12Xx
      xXcoolwhip12Xx 2 years ago +1

      Punk Tattoo Guy they make them into like other cool figures im pretty sure

  • cerelac khan
    cerelac khan 2 years ago

    One question. is this just a Sugar in the mixture or something else with?

  • Caryn
    Caryn 2 years ago

    Greg you have such a nice voice. You should write a book and then read it for an audio book.

  • YouMeUsWe
    YouMeUsWe 2 years ago

    Fascinating! You people are truly artists~

  • Lizzie and rickie channel

    draw my life?

  • Meagan & Robert McLean

    Is there a specific reason you put the citric acid in the white part of the candy only and not just the whole batch?

    • millie parker
      millie parker Year ago

      Meagan Fox he has said in another video that thy put it in the white because sometimes the citric acid doesn't break up or creates clumps so it's easier to hide that in the white because its opaque

  • itastain
    itastain 2 years ago

    If you need a yellow part, would you use no coloring at all since it would be yellow without coloring

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago +1

      +itastain when it cools, it's more brown than that.

  • Nicole .Cucinello
    Nicole .Cucinello 2 years ago

    why do they only add the citric acid to the colorless part?

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      yes, they go in before the candy is poured in most cases. the acid drop video the flavor is added at the same time as the color is.

    • Arky Andy
      Arky Andy 2 years ago

      Lofty Pursuits no flavorings other than citric acid in this candy?

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      aesthetics. I dont like the white granularity in the clear bits of the candy.

  • Mark S
    Mark S 2 years ago

    I used to live above a rock shop in Blackpool, it was great for a while and then the smell made me feel sick

  • Anne
    Anne 2 years ago +4

    I was wondering, Greg, since you've done glass blowing, have you ever tried sugar blowing?

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago +2

      I've tried a little. Most people who blow sugar actually use isomalt.

  • Nancy Massi
    Nancy Massi 2 years ago

    Just a question, is there a reason why the coloring or flavors aren't added to the pot then stirred in? Rather than adding them when the mixture is on the table.

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      Aesthetics. Citric acid leaves little white spots. I like to only put it in the bits of the candy where I can hide it. Makes the rest look more jewel like. Since it dissolves in your mouth, it tastes the same, just looks better.

  • MrRideutah
    MrRideutah 2 years ago

    What kind of mats are those?

  • Lydia K
    Lydia K 2 years ago

    I think in Australia we call it rock candy or boiled lollies

    • Bukinnear
      Bukinnear 2 years ago

      That's correct - For the record, "lollies" refers to candy or sweets in general in Australia

    • Nicole .Cucinello
      Nicole .Cucinello 2 years ago

      Ohhhhh, didn't even think of that haha. thanks :)

    • Lydia K
      Lydia K 2 years ago

      StegianChild the sugar is boiled in the pot before they tip it out onto the table :)

    • Nicole .Cucinello
      Nicole .Cucinello 2 years ago

      i'm curious, why boiled lollies? they are never boiled.

    • Heartgear One
      Heartgear One 2 years ago

      Boiled Lollies is the term I hear the most.

  • Do Bo
    Do Bo 2 years ago

    Omg i could watch people handle cooled candy all day after the cut it with scissors. They way it just melts enough but is malleable

  • Francis Marcelino
    Francis Marcelino 2 years ago

    Do you guys ship to Australia. I've been watching so many of your candies I want to try one :), I hope you guys do

  • Jessie Jaie
    Jessie Jaie 2 years ago

    have never seen these before yummy!

  • Lauryn Russell
    Lauryn Russell 2 years ago

    I bought some candy and it was really good 😋 i love it

  • Rose White
    Rose White 2 years ago +7

    why doesn't the molten sugar not stick t the table?
    seems strange!

    • Rose White
      Rose White 2 years ago +1

      +Lofty Pursuits Hi,
      On UK telly is prog called 'In the Factory' and deals with making something. Tonight has been folding bikes but trailer for next week is making rock and traditional sweets.
      If you can get BBC2 online or something you can watch it and trailer does look interesting..

    • Rose White
      Rose White 2 years ago +2

      Thanks for info.
      Over here in UK most seaside such as Blackpool, Bridlington and Scarborough have rock shops where we can watch it being made and I couldn't see why it didn't stick .
      I actually live about a mile from Joseph Dobsons in Elland who have been making 'sweets' since 1850. www.dobsons.co.uk/index-2.html
      As a poor child my treat was a small bag of Yorkshire Mixtures.

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago +12

      Oh it can. First of all we wax the table to make it as non-stick as we can. The real issue and prevention of sticking, is that the candy wants to stick to things the same temperature as it is. We move it around the table to keep it on cooler bits of the table. This cools the candy faster, but also keeps it from sticking. The same thing happens with the bronze rollers we use. If we make a big batch, we need a fan to keep it cool.

  • Sarah Vandunk
    Sarah Vandunk 2 years ago

    is that a plastic spoon you are using?? if so how come it doesn't melt..😀

  • SSgt.TeddyBear .
    SSgt.TeddyBear . 2 years ago

    do you make gluten free stuff?

    • SSgt.TeddyBear .
      SSgt.TeddyBear . 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits welp lol

    • SSgt.TeddyBear .
      SSgt.TeddyBear . 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits thanks you I have gluten free

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      I was in Tennessee yesterday.

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      all of our candies are gluten free. Many of ice creams are not, but they are obvious (eg. cookies and cream)

  • Marie Thomas
    Marie Thomas 2 years ago

    Adds to list of fun jobs!

  • Sootlet
    Sootlet 2 years ago

    why do you only add the citric acid to the non-colored portion? I've seen this in many of your videos.

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      once it gets in your mouth it all mixes, so where the acid is is less important that it being there. It leaves little white spots in the clear colors, and we just don't think it looks as nice. It's strictly aesthetics.

  • DancingInDreamWorld
    DancingInDreamWorld 2 years ago

    Why is the citric acid only ever added to the white part? Is it because the citric acid would affect the colored bits?
    As always, I love all y'all's videos.

    • Lydia K
      Lydia K 2 years ago

      DancingInDreamWorld I was wondering the same thing

  • Panda UK25
    Panda UK25 2 years ago

    I got a few sticks of Blackpool rock from Fleetwood's transport festival (Tram Sunday) a couple of weeks ago, every shop on the sea front at Blackpool sells rock but a few miles away were i live you can't find any i think one shop in the whole town sells it.

  • Grey
    Grey 2 years ago

    Thank you for sharing how you got into candy! I'm going to school for illustration because that's what ive wanted to do for as long as i can remember, but I've also wanted to own a candy shop for just as long. it's good to know there's a way to combine the two and not have to give one of them up for the sake of the other

  • PhattyMo
    PhattyMo 2 years ago +3

    5:14 - I haven't heard that song in a while! I used to have it on an old 45rpm record.

  • Triad3Force
    Triad3Force 2 years ago

    Greg is the man! :)

  • Unicorns Are Amazing
    Unicorns Are Amazing 2 years ago

    What so you do with the big lumps of candy you cutoff at the beginning

    • Unicorns Are Amazing
      Unicorns Are Amazing 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits 😂😂😂😂

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      You probably won't believe me, but we bag them up and sell the in the store under the name "Unicorn Droppings"

  • Tndm Jun
    Tndm Jun 2 years ago

    Do u guys import to Malaysia in SEA too?... If Yes then good...Pls reply...I mean u said EVERYWHERE

    • Tndm Jun
      Tndm Jun 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits aumm..How bout The Philippines do u guys ever send them there?

    • Tndm Jun
      Tndm Jun 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits Noooo T.T sobb..

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      we never seem to have our packages arrive in Malaysia when we ship them. I'm sorry.

  • Natalie Bedford
    Natalie Bedford 2 years ago +4

    Had to have a chuckle at the "Aussies are confusing" part 😉

  • Jess
    Jess 2 years ago

    Overall, How long does it take you to make the candy?

  • foreshadowing_panda
    foreshadowing_panda 2 years ago +21

    Can we have more videos of drops, they're so addictive

  • MakaylaLee
    MakaylaLee 2 years ago +2

    oh how I would love to work here.

  • Shpatipp
    Shpatipp 2 years ago

    Btw wasnt the white candy too small to use on hook

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      Oh, yes. I'm not sure of everything scheduled as a custom this week for any candy Smith but myself, but I was scheduled to make four custom batches.

    • Shpatipp
      Shpatipp 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits did anyone order a specific desing (for the next week )

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      I'm sorry I don't understand that question.

    • Shpatipp
      Shpatipp 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits do u have a candy image booked ( anyone asked to make for them) on a fancy image

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago +1

      It worked just fine.

  • Shpatipp
    Shpatipp 2 years ago

    Yay new vid ( i was late this time😂)

  • bandgeekak87
    bandgeekak87 2 years ago

    How would one go about becoming a candy maker apprentice these days? 0:-)

  • Ariel Rodrigues
    Ariel Rodrigues 2 years ago

    Oh, shoot. I just noticed you guys don't ship to Brazil :/ Maybe consider adding that to your shipping countries, it'd be awesome!

    • Ariel Rodrigues
      Ariel Rodrigues 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits not to worry, stuff happens c:

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      We'd love to see you in person. I'm sorry about we can't do better.

    • Ariel Rodrigues
      Ariel Rodrigues 2 years ago

      +Lofty Pursuits yeah, postal service around here can be a pain. Sad, really :/ thanks for the reply, tho. Maybe one day I can go and buy the candy from the shop in person c:

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      we have more problems than most getting things to Brazil sadly. we don't ship there because over half the packages never make it to the customers.

  • Sean N
    Sean N 2 years ago

    All the names presented beyond image candy were of non USA origin and dismissed for a variety of reasons. Does this mean what you call image candy was not wide spread or common historically in the USA or was there no widespread name?
    In Australia, at least in the 21st century, Lollies are a generic term for any small confectionery not just the hard image candy you use. Boiled Lollies or Rock Candy are common words (at least in Victoria) for this kind of candy but also includes non image variants. There may be olderbut Rock is used in the lollie made from 1853 (just 64 years after the first fleet from the UK arrived) for the Castlemaine Rock (one of the more popular, still available brands, popular at airports)
    A rather strange and almost nondescript design (and not exactly round shape) www.bendigomagazine.com/?p=1049

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago +2

      Nope, no widespread name in the USA, but keep in mind, until 10 years ago, this style of candy was almost unheard of in the USA. Image Candy is a Lofty Pursuits term. It seems to solve the problem of what to call it locally.

  • A.J. Smith
    A.J. Smith 2 years ago

    I enjoy watching the lofty pursuits videos. They're interesting, informative and just as addictive to watch as there candy is to eat. 😋

  • Jimmy Maher
    Jimmy Maher 2 years ago

    Can you guys make a video describing how to make the candy like how much of each ingredient or how to boil the candy so we could try candy making at home.

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago +1

      There have to be some secrets left in life. The real issue is event if I told you you could not do this without a cooling table. There are tutorials for making candy at home, but our techniques do not lend themselves well to home cooking.

  • Lameashellcosplay
    Lameashellcosplay 2 years ago

    is there anything you guys can't make on an image candy?

  • bumpnthump05
    bumpnthump05 2 years ago

    As i watch this, I am eating some of your Babel Fish pina colada candy!

    • bumpnthump05
      bumpnthump05 2 years ago

      Oh absolutely! One of my favorites next to the fruit sours! The nectar candy is amazing as well! Thank you for posting these videos! I love watching them!

    • Lofty Pursuits
      Lofty Pursuits  2 years ago

      I hope you are enjoying them.

  • juan perez
    juan perez 2 years ago


  • BulletBitN
    BulletBitN 2 years ago

    make the "cherries" bigger use thicker rods

  • Kate Miller
    Kate Miller 2 years ago

    How do you protect your hands from the heat?

    • 2074red2074
      2074red2074 2 years ago +1

      They use those thick gloves. The thin plastic ones are for when the candy is down to where you can touch it for short periods without it burning you.

  • Jeffrey Hearn
    Jeffrey Hearn 2 years ago

    Really informative! I just made root beer flavored and also coconut flavored candy today. I'm working my way up to image candy eventually.

  • TammyToo
    TammyToo 2 years ago

    I always thought it was called hard candy caning...

  • billedos
    billedos 2 years ago +2

    The one time I'm in florida, and we can't stop in talahasee! XP

  • Boglenight
    Boglenight 2 years ago

    How hard would it be to make this type of candy at home? I'd like to try it, I don't think I'll ever be able to do something as good as you guys and will probably keep buying but I'd just like to be able to try it, got any tips?

  • Dragoneisha777
    Dragoneisha777 2 years ago

    Watching this makes me feel happy and content. Thank you for showing me how this candy is made.

  • steakuccino
    steakuccino 2 years ago

    So, I'm kind of a fan and I've watched all of your candy making videos (These videos are one of my favorite things to watch, especially when I'm stressed. They are very relaxing!) and I think this is the first time I've heard you say a couple of things.
    First, that wrapping the candy in the single clear color gives a better cut when you cut down the candy. What exactly do you mean? Do you mean it looks better or it actually cuts into cleaner edges? If so, is that because all of the air bubbles in the white cause it to shatter differently?
    Second, that the reason why you don't use the white food coloring is that it's titanium oxide. I always just assumed that it had to do with stretching it being a more classic technique and I had a lot of respect for that, but now that I hear about the TiO2, I have even more respect for that as a choice!

    • Beth B
      Beth B 2 years ago +1

      I think you're right in your theory about the white bubbles changing the way it shatters. Think of a candy cane; the semi-clear red is much more glass-like in texture than the brittle white. If you want to get a clean break instead of a crumbly mess, it probably helps to have that harder outer shell to make it stronger.

    • Stephen Fabiano
      Stephen Fabiano 2 years ago

      my theory is that adding the extra outer most layer will help protect the image from distorting while they are pulling the rods/ and or chopping them.