This homemade 3D printer spikes jello shots with creative designs. Jeroen Domburg of SpritesMods built the device for two CD drives he had lying around. He modified the drives to move a shot glass along three axes. With the addition of a syringe and a few more parts, Domburg had a working 3D printer that could produce shapes inside of jello shots with food dye.
This device is perfect for spicing up parties, bars and just alcohol in general. For a tech-creative way of having fun, people don’t need to look any further than this. As a 3D printer that spikes jello shots with fun shapes, this may have limited usefulness, but it certainly shows a great amount of creativity on the part o the inventor.