A cricket craft maker in B.C. has made a small machine that folds into a bed.
It’s called the Quetzal, and it’s a one-of-a-kind machine that can be used to make quetzal (a Mexican coffee drink) for $50, or a full-size machine that costs about $300.
The Quetzallas machine folds into itself, with an opening at the bottom.
It’s made of plastic that can fit onto a shelf.
It measures 13 inches tall, 9.5 inches wide, and 10 inches deep.
You can get one of the machine’s two frames for $30, but it comes with an adapter for use with a larger tabletop.
“It’s actually not that difficult to make,” said co-founder Brian Peebles.
“You just need a couple of basic skills.”
The machine is only made in B:12, which is where it came from, and in B1:12 and B:17, where it will go.
The company was founded in 2011 and Peeble says they are still working on production in each of the provinces.
The machines come with a built-in fridge.
The machine itself comes with a few tools to work with, including a saw and an axe.
Peebers is using those tools to make the machine more versatile, since it can be built for smaller tasks.
“We have to use the tools in a certain way, so we have to be careful,” Peebs said.
“When you have a lot of small pieces of wood, it’s hard to get the tool right.”
The Quazal is designed to work for espresso, but the company plans to make more quetzals for other types of coffee, too.
Peebs says they can’t predict how many machines will be made in Canada.
The Quazals will be one of two machines, along with the Quazalls, in the new Quetzals brand, which started in 2015.