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As part of our quality control, we've created a unique table designed to test every sink. This ensures that each one sits flawlessly flat upon installation. It's one of over 15 final checks that we perform on every sink to guarantee top-notch quality.
Our cutting-edge fiber laser plays a key role in our production process, maximizing efficiency by utilizing nearly every part of a metal sheet. Its ability to make extremely smooth cuts significantly reduces the amount of labor required to prepare the sink for subsequent bending and welding, streamlining the overall manufacturing process.
First and foremost, my goal is to provide true customization based on individual need. Comfort, ergonomics, and efficiency are the key factors in the designs. Offset drains are generally very useful, workstation options are almost always a necessity. This sink was for a gentleman who uses a wheelchair but liked to rest his arms on the front of the apron. I did extensive research as to where his arms would be comfortable and we designed the top of the apron to have a large radius so it would be comfortable to rest his arms on. The apron was lowered, as was the workstation ledge system based on his individual needs.
We use a proprietary process that allows for amazing colors, patterns and textures in the copper patina on our farm sink faces. This video is a very high resolution and very close up view of the initial process.
This video showcases our expertise in precision welding. Watch as we skillfully perform fuse welding on the outside corner of a drop-in workstation copper sink, highlighting the meticulous process and craftsmanship that goes into each of our custom sinks.
Prior to the complete weld, the seam is tack welded. This process ensures the metal will not move when the final welding is completed as well as allows for minor adjustments as he tacks up the corner.
This sink is a premium imported copper model from Mexico, crafted from soft copper of the same thickness as the copper we use. Take a look at the video below to see how much more durable our sinks are in comparison. We use only domestic cold rolled copper, which is significantly stronger than the annealed copper used by most, if not all, of the imported copper sinks.
Every sink we create is designed with longevity in mind. They're sturdy and constructed to endure for generations.
The Harmony™ sinks in our collection involve a more extensive welding process compared to our other designs. The entire bottom of these sinks is welded to the sides, adding to the complexity. Additionally, in the case of a Harmony sink featuring two right rear drains, the bottom is constructed in two separate pieces, which then need to be meticulously welded together, further emphasizing the detailed craftsmanship in their creation.
Our artisans invest a significant amount of handwork into each and every sink. As a mark of their craftsmanship and pride, each artisan personally signs every sink before it leaves our workshop.