The maker of high-end cabinetry products is hoping to capitalize on its “cargo cult” by selling a $25,000, 3D-printed version of a custom-built kitchen for $1,000.
The 3D printing of a kitchen, which is a new technology that was only available in the past couple of years, is a major advancement in kitchen technology and it will give home designers a way to make their designs more affordable.
Cabins are built from steel and aluminum, which make them tough, but the problem is that they aren’t designed to be designed and they aren\’t durable.
To create durable kitchens, the maker of the kitchen, Veritas, has taken a look at how kitchens are built and how they are stored.
Veritas says it is a low-cost, low-maintenance kitchen with a “vibrant” color palette, so it could be a popular option for home cooks.
“A kitchen is about creating space and space is about making space,” Veritas CEO Mark Zuccaro said.
“The thing that really excited me was the fact that they were doing a 3D printer of the interior.
It was like, wow.
This is cool.
It\’s a real-life kitchen, it looks like it’s going to work, it feels like it works, and I think it is going to be very successful.”
Veritas will sell a $15,000 3D kitchen for the price of a $500 kitchen.
It has a stainless steel cabinet and wood countertops and a “custom” glass dishwasher.
Zuccaro says the kitchen will look great when it is finished, but that it is “not a finished product.”
It will be a new concept for Veritas and will be in its “early testing stages.”
“This is going into an entirely new market,” he said.
“This is a completely new business, but it is still very much a high-volume business.”
Verity is trying to bring the kitchen into the mainstream with its “fusion” approach to the kitchen.
Zuccario says they are hoping to get enough customers to be able to produce a commercial kitchen in about a year.
The kitchen, he said, will be the “ultimate” home kitchen and will “bring it to life like it was created in the 1800s.”
“We think that it will be pretty amazing,” he added.