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Title : Direct Digital Manufacturing: Practicing What We Preach
Company : FORTUS 3D Production Systems
Date : 11-Mar-2010
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14 unique component designs and 32 total components in each new Stratasys Fortus 900mc are being produced via direct digital manufacturing. Many manufacturers build products in the 10s, 100s, or low 1,000s. In these cases, producing parts with injection molding is often not a wise choice due to the high cost of tooling. With an additive fabrication system, manufacturers can eliminate tooling, which can cost tens of thousands of dollars for a single component or hundreds of thousands of dollars or more for a single project.
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