• Utilizing 3D printing technology i modeled the juicer in a specific way i could 3D print it with my Ultimaker 2. Printing on the highest resolution reduces the layering texture on the PLA plastic but it still needs finishing.
  • 3D pre-visualisation is a must for product design, the shape evolved across time to finally get a model that looks and works good. You can't print it in one piece because of the dimentions and the over-hang segments...
  • Because of its shape and construction keeps the saftmeister orange-pulp out of the glass and at the edge of the drainage system so the juice can easily flow to the juice-hole. Optimizing the juice extraction of the orange.
  • Its still in scientific debate if the shape/groves make the nessesary friction to release the juice or if its the mighty power of the swastika that compels the orange to surrender its moist to the saftmeister.
  • Fits nearly every orange size available on the planet, this will come in handy with Nazi world domination.
  • The manual points out that for proper use you put the saftmeister on a glass or a cup before you start juicing. One orange half should be turned in counter clock-wise direction to achieve optimal extration friction.
  • This blueprint of the saftmeister cross-section reveals how the juice drips down following the angled slopes due to gravity centering the juice into the middle of the reviever underneath the saftmeister. No batteries needed.
  • I really wanted it to work like a orange juicer and to be praktical, so that cleaning it would be as easy as using it.And to make it look like its German engineerd in the '50 with the technology avaible at the time, ofcourse in steel.
  • I made my own eagle, based on a illustration i saw once where the feet of the eagle are entangled to create a swastika. But i took a more minimalistic approach envisioning it like they could have redesigned it later on.
  • A protective wax-paper cover goes around the juicer, to keep it as clean as possible while in storage or shipping.
  • The packaging is inspired on WW2 small arms ammunition packaging, simpel cardboard box with branded label.As a bonus a stylised
  • How would the products have looked like if the nazi's had won the war? I gues Nazi victory would have maximized the iconic use of the swastika, everything and everyone would have been Nazified to the fullest. Everything from shape, typografy and messaging would have looked like those early propaganda years.