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It may represent 15% to 70% of the total cost generated in the. manufacturing costs of a product (cost of materials, processing, and assembly) are determined by design decisions, with production decisions (such as process planning or machine tool selection) responsible for only 20%.
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Production Costs vs. Manufacturing Costs Example For example, a small business that manufactures widgets may have fixed monthly costs of $ for its building and $ for equipment .