Emerson’s Cavitrol Hex trim, which helps the cavitation in rotary valves, was specifically designed to be made with additive manufacturing. In one case, Azoth started 3D printing torque gun holders for assembly elements. Instead of stocking the part at a price of $200 per half and with a lead time of 4 weeks, they print the half on demand in one day at a price Cigarette Rolling Machines of $45 per half, slicing the cost and lead time every by 4X. Without this 3D printing program, if a buyer needed a component that wasn’t available, it might take weeks to replenish; or it won't be out there at all if it have been a component that had reached its end of life. Now, if a substitute half is hosted in the Fast Radius Virtual Warehouse, Fast Radius can produce and deliver the half in days.