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An Economic Insight into Additive Manufacturing System Implementation

Milad Ashour Pour
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Massimo Zanardini
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Andrea Bacchetti
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Simone Zanoni
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With an ever growing diffusion of Additive Manufacturing (AM) system in industrial and commercial level, as well as the direct and indirect dynamics which are being introduced resulting from its inclusion as a possible production technology on companies’ portfolio, the need to reconfigure production system and adapt the production strategy becomes even more relevant than before. There are several studies which have emphasized on the importance of a paradigm shift in order to exploit advantages of AM, not only considering changes within design and functionality of the product, but also concerning AM’s impact on the entire value chain (re)configuration. Thus, it is of crucial importance to take into consideration that for this shift to be feasible and manageable, there is a need to include both technical and managerial aspects of manufacturing. This work proposes an economic insight in order to provide a guideline for the proper evaluation of AM system implementation.
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Milad Ashour Pour, Massimo Zanardini, Andrea Bacchetti, Simone Zanoni. An Economic Insight into Additive Manufacturing System Implementation. IFIP International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS), Sep 2015, Tokyo, Japan. pp.146-155, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-22759-7_17⟩. ⟨hal-01431088⟩
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