When utilising traditional manufacturing techniques, both low and high volume production are subject to similar high initial costs for tooling. In the case of low volume, lead times can be lengthy whiling tooling is produced, and part costs can be very high after amortizing tooling cost.
By utilizing Additive Manufacturing for your Production Parts, no tooling is required, as this is a tool-less manufacturing process. As a result, parts can immediately be produced with your design file, and delivered in a fraction of the time. Additive Manufacturing also allows the production of certain part geometries which would not be possible to produce through traditional means. This gives opportunity for more complex designs, part consolidation, and possibly higher reliability in the part, and other CAPEX saving and supply chain benefits.