3D Printing Meets Artificial Intelligence

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The following is a guest post.

What you get when a 3D printer gets artificial intelligence!

Many tech giants around the world are working hard to combine some of the most disruptive technologies of the modern world to find out how we can change what the future holds. The baseline is that you give 3D printer artificial intelligence and you’ll find its productivity increasing manifold and the industry growing as it enables more and more people to be designers. Continue reading

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3D Printing Enables Companies to Innovate and Remain Nimble

UntitledThe following is a guest post.

It’s no secret that changes are coming to the way companies develop and build items and how consumers will be able to customize things for use in their own businesses as well as at home. 3D printing enables you to design an item, such as a scale model prototype of a new piece of equipment or to replicate a part that has broken or gone missing when the original manufacturer no longer supports the product.

Instead of mass producing items in factories and counting on marketing and analytics to ensure there will be a healthy marketplace to sell them, we can anticipate that more items will be built in a more customized fashion. This will be true whether a company prints it out in its own premises or simply releases the model for a fee and lets B2B or B2C customers print them out on their own end. Continue reading

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