Wright's law


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Wright's law

"The average time or cost per unit to manufacture a product declines the more units are produced." Coined by U.S. aeronautical engineer Theodore Paul Wright in 1936, he made this claim when studying airplane manufacturing. The same law is applied today with EV battery manufacturing. See laws.
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