Repetitive manufacturing is a production process wherein the units manufactured are typically identical and churned out in massive numbers continuously. Generally, automobile manufacturing plants follow this method. A firm incorporates repetitive manufacturing only if it feels the product has constant market demand. Assembly line manufacturing is a form of repetitive manufacturing.    

Repetitive manufacturing setups can be used for identical products or similar items with a common manufacturing layout. The process is usually automated. The equipment in use could be completely electronic and robot-controlled. At times, simple quality checks are also carried out by robots.