Cold Brew Coffee Tap Handle


#1

We have a dry office, but we still have a keg. :slight_smile:


Weekly Highlights for the Week Ending April 22nd, 2017
#2

Gorgeous. I love the mix of materials.


#3

Your focusing on the wrong thing PBF… Pints of Seattle coffee… On demand!


#4

The engraved beans are inspired! :sunglasses::+1:


#5

New way to roast coffee beans?


#6

Yummmmmm! :yum:


#7

It’s lovely! Can we get some details of the materials and process?


#8

Just black and white acrylic! Simple but for the design.


#9

Oh! I get what I’m seeing now!


#10

Thanks for the demo. Now I know what to do with my sheets of black and white acrylic. Couldn’t imagine this. Nice sign. And one of these days I’ll have to try this cold brew stuff.


#11

White? Or Frosted? I was hoping for white and red. But for now it’s black, clear and frosted. Unless I missed something.

Edit: Seems like I did.


#12

Life goals: have one of those in my office, and the laser that made the cool handle.


#13

Ha! That’s fantastic! Bravo to the artist and all the technical folks who made the printing of the handle possible.


#14

Artwork was the inimitable @shell!


#15

agreed


#16

I’m glad you expanded on the description, I was having a hard time figuring out what I was seeing–kept thinking the wooden support in the background was part of the piece. I know you said you used white acrylic but to me it looks like etched clear. But regardless, it’s just gorgeous!


#17

I thought it was etched clear acrylic too…it’s even more cooler as a cutout! :sunglasses:


#18

Ah! Sorry for the confusion - I can see that now.


#19

Love this!


#20

@dan anybody thought of edge lighting that? Because for an awesome project on one of your thursday things, someone could put a sensor on the level of the keg - say using a strain gauge / digital scale - and have an arduino driving some neopixels, changing color for full (green), getting low (yellow) and empty (red). I guess temperature too. That would look so cool on those engraved coffee beans…