This is a post by Helga Stroehle on PTC site.

Hybrid manufacturing technologies seek to capture and combine the strengths of additive manufacturing (3D printing) with those of traditional CNC/subtractive machining, to create a single manufacturing workflow that effectively uses both at once.  

In short, hybrid Manufacturing combines the best features of traditional subtractive machining with 3D printing, or additive manufacturing. Here’s why it’s such a good idea.

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