This guide focuses on the business considerations for additive manufacturing (AM) usage in the production of tooling. Although traditional subtractive-based technologies for tooling fabrication continue to be heavily used, technology improvements and a better understanding of the adoption drivers and financials for AM have increased the number of uses in tooling applications. Due to the fact that tooling is often manufactured in low quantities and in complex shapes, AM is being utilized more often as a fabrication method.
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