Bowers & Wilkins factory video tour: paint spraying

In the third of our exclusive series of video tours around the Bowers & Wilkins UK factory, we look at the paint spraying section, in particular how we spray the 800 Series Diamond range. These exclusive video provide customers and members of the public with a rarely seen insight into the attention to detail, advanced technology ad craftsmanship that are combined to produce the world’s best loudspeakers.

Introduced by Product Manager Mike Gough, this exclusive video looks at the lengths Bowers & Wilkins goes to in order to ensure it’s loudspeakers are finished to the luxurious levels of quality expected from our discerning customers.

Our Worthing spray shop paints everything from head unit and wooden cabinets to smaller components. Both the 800 Series Diamond and Nautilus are sprayed in Worthing. And while most of the time we produce our standard, exquisite finishes, we also occasionally produce custom finishes.

And if you missed any of our other videos, you can watch the 800 Series Diamond head unit video here and the cabinet manufacturing video here.

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