This chapter describes an open manufacturing paradigm that was developed based on the principles of open innovation. It explains that companies with open manufacturing system temporarily unite to respond quickly to specific customer needs and product specifications are often created from ideas found in the mass market. It suggests that organizations planning to adopt an open manufacturing paradigm should use established platforms to simplify and speed collaboration and develop the means of tracing system components to assure accountability.
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