The era of instant satisfaction is right here in time for summer.
San Juan Pool in Lakeland, Florida has developed the first ever 3D printed glass fiber pool , which takes only a few days to produce.
Home center expert Skip Bedell shares "Fox&Friends" on Wednesday that the pool is also "fully recyclable". Did.
"So, when they're done, they can pass it through a plastic shredder and reuse those plastic pellets," he says, referring to people who use the pool. I did.
With dealers nationwide, San Juan Pool has been family-owned for nearly 65 years and operates in the United States. All products are manufactured in the United States.
One of San Juan's Baja beach pool models was shipped to Fox Square in midtown Manhattan, where "Fox&Friends" co-sponsor tasted the product with Bedel.
This product features a hot tub for 8 people with a sloping beach entry walk-in to the pool.
The base of the swimming pool has clear glass to make it clear outside. You can see any property. The
pool can be installed above or below the ground with the available customization options.
"The best thing about printing is that you can shape it to your liking," Bedel said.
"It's really a genius."
"Time Will be significantly reduced so that the installation can be done correctly for this fall. ”
Bedell details how fast fiberglass installation can be compared to concrete pool installation. He added that San Juan, the world's largest glass fiber pool company, is shipping worldwide.
Because no other company has the machines to make these pool products, Bedel said that the San Juan pool people took the problem with their own hands and large-scale printing technology. I explained that I developed.
This printing venture originated from its own custom advanced manufacturing company called AlphaAdditive.
"They can print anything," he said.