What you see on the left is the typical inside corner on a fabricated stainless steel sink. The outside corners are typically welded and the interior corners are not - leaving a dark line that often looks like a crack or open seam. Trust me, it is not an open seam though. Our stainless sink corners were done in this method for some time with no complaints. Over the past years we have developed a have a proprietary method of MicroWelding the interior corners. The corner finishing is so tiny I had to import dental equipment from Japan to finish the Microwelded corners. I can assure you, you will never see welding like this anywhere!
Good enough is not in our vocabulary.The Galley sink and many others build their sinks with exterior welded corners like the first image. There is nothing wrong with that method, however our mission is to provide the very best quality and customer service possible. I fully understand the majority of families cannot budget for this type of investment. That being said, I will assist you in finding second best. Ask to see a close up of "their" interior corners!
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Custom Made in the USA Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks - All sinks are 16 gauge, all are custom made. All are Hand-Crafted in Florida in our shop of artisans.
NEW DESIGN FEATURE FOR 2018 NexGen is the next generation in workstation sinks. Up until now, workstation sinks had a "step" that held up the accessories. My new innovative design removes the step and the sink width remains the same at the bottom as the top. This innovation gives the user an extra inch of front to back space in the sink with this option. Best yet, it allows the grid to also fit on the bottom of the sink by putting one end in first while the other bypasses the ledge. This is a copyrighted design, exclusive to Rachiele™. My design gives 34 square inches of additional space inside a 36" sink. You just might fit your outdoor grill inside the sink! New grid and sponge caddy design shown!
The photo to the left is intentially large when it is clicked on. I want you to see the quality of the "MicroWeld" interior corners. There is nothing more difficult than doing this on hammered, brushed stainless. If you know anyone that welds, show this photo to them and get their reaction! By the way, I took this photo before the sink was even cleaned for shipping!
We highly doubt there is any other company that can come close to this quality.
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