If you like luxury, you will surely be enthusiastic about the new catalog of high-end faucets that the guys from American Standard, a manufacturer specialized in the design and manufacture of accessories for bathrooms, which today presents us with the catalog baptized as DVX. Before continuing, tell you that this time the manufacturer has decided to bet that each of the models in this new catalog is manufactured using 3D printing technologies.
As stated on American Standard's own website, in order to offer these new taps in such surprising ways, a large number of prototypes had to be created by 3D printing using laser tuning technology. As the US manufacturer himself assures, today they are the only ones capable of offering luxury taps made by 3D printing to any particular customer who is interested in their product.
American Standard presents its new catalog of bathroom taps with prices ranging between 17.000 and 20.000 euros
As you can see in the images distributed by this same post or directly in the video that is located just above these lines, the taps presented by American Standard stand out for their complex shapes, without a doubt a detail that makes them unique and that They are only possible thanks to the use of 3D printing technologies for their manufacture. At the same time, not only do you have to find the right shape, but all these models must respond to the highest safety standards such as WaterSense regulations or NSF certifications.
The new DXV range is only a first phase where American Standard will try get 3D printing to many more products in your catalog, we have proof in the statements made by Jean Jacques L'Henaff, vice president of design at American Standard, where it was commented how 3D printing was going to have a significant disturbing effect on the design and construction industry, which will cause a decrease in product stocks in all companies.
Finally, just tell you that, if you are interested in one of these peculiar taps, the price of each one fluctuates between 17.000 and 20.000 dollars.