The incense ashtray printed in 3D

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The incense ashtray printed in 3D

Vancouver designer Lukas Peet created a geometric-shaped incense ashtray using 3D printing technology.

Peet uses direct metal laser sintering, which uses 3D printing to form steel powder-based shapes. He wanted to create a product that would be made using only this particular technology in order to show his employment skills.

"I challenged myself to create an apparently simple but refined, poetic and complex, an object that would bring justice to this incredible technology". The designer said.

The product features a disc-shaped concave tray with a partially hidden volume underneath. The incense stick rests on a small round notch in one half of the disc, while the incense residue is collected in the tray.


The incense ashtray printed in 3D
The incense ashtray printed in 3D
The incense ashtray printed in 3D
The incense ashtray printed in 3D
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