This clinical report describes the use of a 3-dimensional (3D) printer to create an individual mold for delivering high-dose-rate interventional radiotherapy for hard palate cancer. The maxillary teeth and palate were scanned with an intraoral scanner (3Shape Trios 3). The scan was transformed into a mesh using the standard tessellation language (STL) format and aligned with Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) computed tomography (CT) images using free Blue Sky Plan 4 planning software. A mold was generated by tracing a guideline around the gingival margins of the maxillary teeth and palate on the scan mesh in accordance with established parameters. All data were imported into computer-aided design (CAD) software. For this patient, 3 parallel 2.2-mm-diameter ducts were placed 10 mm from each other in the mold mesh. A CT scan of the patient's mouth with the mold in place was used for treatment planning. Treatment was delivered by means of microSelectron digital afterloading.