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What makes batch-of-one manufacturing more profitable

April 24, 2018
Learn how to benefit from the flexibility, efficiency, and increased savings from batch-of-one manufacturing.

Equipment is built to last and last. How can we justify replacing millions of dollars' worth of legacy machinery with new equipment designed to produce one custom unit at a time? Where's the profit in that?

Read this special report to see a breakdown of the vast benefits for implementing adaptive machines for batch-of-one manufacturing and the power behind a more flexible manufacturing plant. Also, take a look into developing and using adaptive machine technology for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Also, an insightful interview with Tobias Reuther, director of the Trumpf Smart Factory discussing how to bringing digital-transformation concepts into practice.

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