Similar to 3D printing, additive manufacturing allows the creation of tailored parts with complex geometries, reducing most of your waste and costs for value-added parts.
It is the ideal way for rapid prototyping, and by facilitating the digital process it will mean that changes in the design can be made quickly and efficiently during the manufacturing process.
In addition, projects that previously required greater logistics and preparation costs can be manufactured as a single object, which provides greater strength and durability. Additive manufacturing has also been developed to manufacture exclusive objects or replacement parts where original parts are no longer produced.
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