Todd Taylor, vice president of application engineering at Fictiv, discusses with ASME how on-demand manufacturing can address the issues of disrupted supply chains and flexible manufacturing.

Podcast: The Future of On-Demand Manufacturing

Mar 31, 2021

On-demand digital manufacturing ecosystems look to become the future of manufacturing. By transitioning away from traditional supply chains, stockpiles of inventory, and excess materials, on-demand manufacturing can offer companies robust and flexible supply chains, reducing inventory and raw material costs. On-demand manufacturing also looks to reduce the effects of supply disruption by allowing companies to shift manufacturing sites at a moment’s notice.
 
Todd Taylor is the vice president of application engineering at Fictiv, a digital manufacturing ecosystem that rapidly delivers custom mechanical parts through its quote-to-order platform and distributed network of global partners. He discusses how on-demand manufacturing will benefit not just startups and smaller firms but also how larger manufacturing firms do business.

To learn more, visit Fictiv.com.

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