3D-Printed Faucets Are the Future of Water Regulation

The world has yet to warm up to 3D printing since it’s often regarded as being slow and too costly. But despite its flimsy reputation, there are those that believe that the future lies in it. One of those that are in the camp of pro-3D printing is American Standard, which aims to bring 3D-printed faucets to homes in the near future. The unconventional faucets feature innovative designs and functionality–users get to experience water delivery in a variety of unique ways. But as said earlier, those interested in 3D-faucets should be prepared to fork over a sizeable portion of his bank account, as each could cost around $12,000 to $20,000.







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