I always said if Dry sift was more popular I would never grind again.
I like this idea. Do you find that a fiber medium is required to disperse the melting trichomes? I wonder if there is a pelletized/fiber medium with low density and thermal conductivity (carbon, perlite, hemp fiber) that could be mixed with dry lift to uniformly spread the tiny particles and expose the most surface area while maintaining good airflow.
I imagine 1mm dia. sized grains of a rough, inert, low density (and disposable!) material mixed with dry sift, coating each grain in a super thin layer.
Perhaps the same principle could be applied to whole flower that has been very finely ground and sieved. Though... the flavor profile would be totally different, having all that plant material in there.