How do you get the best value from additive manufacturing, while scaling from prototyping up to larger production runs?
One way to do that is to pack your parts onto the print bed and stack them high, as densely as possible. By taking this route, you increase the number of parts in a single print run, therefore reducing the overall cost per part.
3D Systems has a few tricks up their sleeve in this area, and they are going to explain how you can achieve optimum volume production with their Figure 4 High Density Stacking process. What is high density stacking exactly? Think Tetris, but with 3D printing!