This Science Lab coffee maker is perfect for anyone who likes to turn coffee making into a fine art. Inspired by the test tubes and Bunsen burners of scientists laboratories, this espresso maker is more than just a pretty design. The smart machine uses a physics law known as 'venturi effect', coupled with thermo dynamics and a capsule punching device taken from the world of automatic weapons.
The Espresso machine, created by Israeli designers David Budzik and Adi Schlesinger, has cracked the perfect time required to make a perfect espresso. It's pretty complicated stuff -- all you need to know is that the laboratory espresso machine makes a mean cup of coffee!
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This Coffee Maker Takes Inspiration From the Science Lab
- By: Tia ClarkeJan 16, 2013