Cultivate.com, an online resource for kitchen inspiration, featured SA Baxter this past week. They were “particularly enamored with the precise and intricate architectural designs offered by luxe hardware company SA Baxter.” Read below for the complete article.
It goes without saying that we at SA Baxter are unequivocally proud of our American-based manufacturing heritage. We are also proud to be part of a new American Manufacturing Resurgence. A number of Articles and Analysts have cited the potential shift in ‘Made in the USA’ advantages: abundant fuel sources, improvements in productivity, and challenges with outsourcing issues such as rising shipping costs and increasing Chinese wages.
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SA Baxter was founded as an American based manufacturer, on the principles of superior craftsmanship, and maximization of green sustainable practices – which made New York’s Hudson Valley the natural choice for our Foundry and Atelier.
Another facet of this new fabrication enthusiasm: We’re also excited to see so many gutsy Innovators in the US, taking advantage of access to digital fabrication technologies such as 3D printing and laser-cutting. The rise of crowd-sourced funding such as Kickstarter is fueling even more USA-based ‘get it done’ fervor. Things are really starting to get interesting…
The lugs, bottom bracket, dropouts, and stem are all fabricated using this fascinating additive digital process.
Beautiful golden color, interesting design detail, and cutting edge fabrication technology? What’s not to love?
As discussed here, we use 3D printing here at SA Baxter to develop custom prototypes quickly for internal development, as well as for our clients’ bespoke needs. ¡Viva la 3D Printing Revolución!
There is no shortage of Design-related happenings this week in New York. We have ICFF rolling into town this weekend, as well as the many satellite events going on, which are all part of NY Design Week. A little closer to home – the NYDC that is – we have Traditional Home’s Wednesday evening event, and the ongoing Kips Bay Designer Show House. Here are a few links to keep you in the loop for this week’s multitude of gatherings!
May 18th – 21st:
Wednesday, May 15th:
Daily, through June 4th: