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Besides being able to produce prototypes quickly and efficiently, 3D printers are also able to create complex shaped pieces that are impossible to make using traditional manufacturing techniques. That’s why American Standard has embraced 3D-printing for its new line of twisted faucets that seem physically impossible.
When your kitchen lacks a dishwasher you’ll do anything imaginable to cut down on dirtying dishes — including drinking directly from the faucet. But instead of having to lean over and use your hand as a cup, Alice Spieser has designed a simple dual-nozzled faucet that easily becomes a drinking fountain with some strategic finger placement.
Here’s a problem about guys: many of us don’t wash our hands after using the restroom. It might be general grossness or everyman laziness or being too trusting your own hygiene or being too drunk or taking on a drive through mentality with a urinal. But if you monitor a men’s restroom, you’ll see many folks skip the sink.
OK, please, give this a chance before you close the tab — a hand dryer can be cool. The Dyson Airblade — that little wonderbox you stick your mitts inside to get a super-fast bathroom dry — just got a super upgrade.
Public and workplace restrooms often have far fewer hand dryers than they have sinks to wash hands in, leaving people queuing for a dryer with dripping hands. OK, perhaps it’s not one of the world’s biggest problems. But it is annoying enough to be addressed by vacuum cleaner and Airblade hand dryer maker Dyson of Malmesbury, UK, in a US patent filing: it has invented a water tap that can also dry your hands.
Unless it’s wearing a waterproof jacket, natch. These Japanese tap stands for both iPad and iPhone are so much fun, and come in black, blue, white or transparent. No word on pricing or availability, I’m afraid. [DesignBoom]