In some cases, a product with a textured surface serves as a statement of a newer, alternative look. We are able to provide various textures surfaces including matte, satin and stipple finishes.
To achieve the textured look, much is done straight on the molding of the product before it is casted. Stipple finishes for example are applied straight on the rubber mold to ensure the subtle texture is visible on the castings itself.
A specialized form of polishing is required to attain a certain level of texture. Whereas smooth and shiny finishes require a very fine polishing tool, textured products requires a multitude of fine and tough tools for each region to stay true to the original design.
Texture as an Alternative
Texture is utilized to provide fresh and alternative forms of interpretation to new collections. Whereas smooth and shiny surfaces utilizes its clean look to tell its own story, textured surfaces seeks to show that even rougher elements can attain its own level of elegance.