First, there was a faucet. In 2016, DXV introduced a collection of 3-D printed faucets that
made the design community stop and stare. They may not have been the first 3-D printed
products the world had seen, but they were the ones that really started turning heads and they
garnered a number of design awards in the process. Since then, we have seen everything from
tables and chairs to actual homes come out of 3-D capabilities, and the technology seems to
know no bounds. In the November/December issue, i+D will take a look at how this technology
has changed the marketplace and just how much potential it might still hold.
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Pushing the boundaries of
what’s possible using 3-D printing,
DXV elevates the experience
of everyday products.
(Image: DXV, American Standard)