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Title : Direct Digital Manufacturing Part Three: How to Identify Opportunities
Company : FORTUS 3D Production Systems
Date : 11-Mar-2010
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Direct digital manufacturing (DDM) can be diffi cult to characterize because it does not fi t neatly into previously established categories built around conventional manufacturing processes. Due to its unique processing capacities and innovative advantages, it can be a challenge to easily identify target applications for DDM. Therefore, it is vital to understand how to recognize the opportunities.
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