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In manufacturing industry, Nesting refers to the process of laying out cutting patterns to minimize the raw material waste. Examples include manufacturing parts from flat raw material such as sheet metal.

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  • Als Schachteln wird das platzsparende Anordnen von Teilen beim Lagern, Verstauen, Verpacken oder zum Ausschneiden bezeichnet.
  • In manufacturing industry, Nesting refers to the process of laying out cutting patterns to minimize the raw material waste. Examples include manufacturing parts from flat raw material such as sheet metal.
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  • Als Schachteln wird das platzsparende Anordnen von Teilen beim Lagern, Verstauen, Verpacken oder zum Ausschneiden bezeichnet.
  • In manufacturing industry, Nesting refers to the process of laying out cutting patterns to minimize the raw material waste. Examples include manufacturing parts from flat raw material such as sheet metal. Such efforts can also be applied to additive manufacturing, such as 3D printing. Here the advantages sought can include minimizing tool movement that is not producing product, or maximizing how many pieces can be fabricated in one build season. One difference from nesting of cut pieces is that 3D parts often have a cross section that changes with height, which can cause interference between adjacent parts as they are built up.
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