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Optimal Design of Additive Manufacturing Supply Chains

@inproceedings{Basto2019OptimalDO,
  title={Optimal Design of Additive Manufacturing Supply Chains},
  author={Jo{\~a}o P. Basto and Samuel Moniz},
  year={2019}
}
Additive Manufacturing (AM) is one of the most trending production technologies, with a growing number of companies looking forward to implementing it in their processes. Producing through AM not only means that there are no supplier lead times needed to account for, but also enables production closer to the end customer, reducing then the delivery time. This is especially true for companies with a wide range of low and variable demand products. This paper proposes a mixed integer linear… 
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