In Additive Manufacture there are no physical tools, moulds or dies
dedicated to a particular form. Broadly there is no commercial advantage to
producing multiples and no manufacturing cost penalty for customisation. Why
then produce two artefacts the same?

Parametric CAD models update and maintain the integrity of 3D designs as
elements within them are adjusted. If such changes were script-driven this
would offer a potentially endless stream of one-off variants. This is the
FutureFactories concept of mass-individualisation first published in 2003.

All FutureFactories designs are limited to editions of ten pieces. Several of these are individualised meaning that each of the ten pieces is a unique design iteration.