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Manufacturing is the process of transforming raw materials into finished products or components that can then be sold to customers. It is generally divided into two main categories: process manufacturing and discrete manufacturing. Process manufacturing involves the use of chemical or biological processes to transform raw undifferentiated materials, such as oil or natural gas, into a product, whereas discrete manufacturing involves the assembly of components into a distinct product.

Good manufacturing is essential to robowaifu production because it focuses on the production of specialized parts and components that are need to assemble them. Good quality control must ensure each part is inspected and tested before being incorporated into a robot so that products meet customer expectations and specifications and that they are free from defects or other issues. Additionally, good manufacturing reduces the costs by streamlining the production process and making it more efficient, especially when done at scale.