Concept Kitchen Taps Designed to Illustrate MNL's Chroming Capabilities MNL's CAD Department Produced the Design from Sketches 3D Printing Reproduced The CAD Data in Nylon Sand and Paint to a Gloss Finish Prepares the Master for Vacuum Metallising The High Gloss Master is then Ready for Vacuum Metallizing the Chrome Effect The Final Touch, A Graphic Get a Quote Now

Concept Twisty Taps

Malcolm Nicholls Limited (MNL) produced an eye catching set of conceptual taps for their own purpose at a trade show.

The taps were designed in house using SolidWorks. Once finalised 3D data was complete, these taps were 3D printed via MNL’s Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) machine in a PA Nylon.

When printed the taps were then hand finished to a perfect gloss by MNL’s highly skilled finishing department, then a subsequent process called vacuum metalizing was used to give a chrome look to the taps.

A stunning design often commented upon by many visitors.

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