Metal 3D printing helps engineer create tiny ‘iStill’ distillery

Metal 3D printing helps engineer create tiny 'iStill' distillery

Olaf Diegel, a design engineer and professor of product development at Sweden’s Lund University, has designed a miniature metal 3D printed “still,” a kind of alcohol distilling apparatus. The “iStill” trinket was designed for Lasertech, a Swedish 3D printing company. If the name Olaf Diegel sounds familiar to you, it might be because of the Swedish professor’s affinity for weird and wonderful 3D printed guitars , which have found their way onto our website numerous times. But this rock’n’roll engineer’s interests don’t start and end with musical instruments: with his latest project, Diegel reveals an affinity for…well..booze, designing a […]

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