3D printers can manufacture objects, furniture, prototypes and amazing structures with intricate detail in a short time. The first 3D printing model appeared in 1984, and since then the technique has become cheaper and applicable to almost any industry object, allowing everything could be personalized and true to design.
Following this trend, the Printerhall company wares and metal fittings American Standard launched a line of faucets with unique design made by 3D printers.
The line search reinvent the way water is brought to the user. Fine and hidden pipelines carry the water to the aerator, where converge and make the water jet leave as any cock. The impression that the water comes to us a magical and invisible way.
The taps are printed by equipment within 24 hours from the sintering (heating) laser metal powder. The sculpted taps also receive manual finishing and polishing.
The DXV line taps will hit the US market in 12 months. The price is compatible with the exclusivity of the details between $ 12,000 and $ 20,000 US dollars.