artificial intelligence

2d3d.ai: 3D Reconstruction from a 2D Image Using a Neural Network

As artificial intelligence begins to take a real hold in the technology department, we are able to loosen the reins a bit as humans and relax while the innovations we…

3D Print the New Youbionic Human Arm at Home or Through a Service

Youbionic, founded in 2015, has recently released its new Human Arm. The wildly creative Italian tech startup is on a mission to accentuate already sophisticated technology around the world, while…

Beijing: Researchers Improving 3D Printing with Artificial Intelligence

Researchers from Tsinghua University are investigating artificial intelligence and all that surrounds it, from materials to workflow, performance, and all the elements of intelligent construction. Their experiments are outlined in…

3D Printing News Briefs: September 27, 2019

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, colorFabb has announced a new flexible filament, and All Axis Robotics is using MakerBot technology to make custom tooling parts. Additionally, a strategic partnership…

Markforged Demonstrating its Blacksmith AI

Accuracy in Additive Manufacturing (AM), from the CAD design to the printing process, is not always easy to deliver. Companies are working hard at trying to ensure consistency and repeatability…

Industry Experts – David Calderon

This is an interview with David Calderon of the startup CASTOR that is based in Tel Aviv. We are highlighting them and their product which may become a well known name in times to come.

Alchemite Machine Learning Engine Used to Design New Alloy for Direct Laser Deposition 3D Printing

Artificial intelligence (AI) company Intellegens, which is a spin-off from the University of Cambridge, created a unique toolset that can train deep neural networks from noisy or sparse data. The machine…

Dan Wellers, Digital Futures Lead at SAP “3D Printing will Expand into 4D Printing”

We’re seeing an increased focus by software firms in our teeny tiny industry. Simulation, PLM, CAD, the Digital Twin, Industry 4.0 have some very large and influential firms salivating about that…

3D Printing News Briefs: February 8, 2019

We made it to the weekend! To celebrate, check out our 3D Printing News Briefs today, which covers business, research, and a few other topics as well. PostProcess has signed…

AMFG Receives Funding from Innovate UK to Improve AI and Machine Learning Software Solutions for 3D Printing

London-based company AMFG, formerly known as RP Platform until this summer, creates workflow automation software for industrial 3D printing so that companies, such as Bowman International and Makelab, can streamline and manage…

Autonomous Drone Solutions Provider Apollo Robotics is Latest Techniplas Open Innovation Partner

Wisconsin-based Techniplas, with locations in Switzerland and California, is a global design and manufacturing provider of automotive products and services, and has been doggedly pursuing 3D printing for quite some time now….

Lockheed Martin Receives Contract to Further Develop 3D Printing for Aerospace Manufacturing

Aerospace company Lockheed Martin, the world’s largest defense contractor, has become a prominent user of 3D printing. Its 3D printed innovations include propulsion tanks and parts for spacecraft and missiles, and…

Using Artificial Intelligence to Measure 3D Printed Materials

The aerospace, automotive and medical industries in particular are abandoning traditional stylus-based contact methods for controlling their processes and performing dimensional quality control on their products, and are instead choosing…

Researchers Use AI, 3D Printing & Bending Light for Numerical Calculations

Today, you will find 3D printers in the most surprising places—and all over the world. Not only that, but they are often busy doing the most surprising things for the…

How Artificial Intelligence Can Be Fooled with 3D Printing…and Stickers

Artificial intelligence is highly promising in many areas, but it’s still frighteningly easy to fool or confuse, it turns out. Recently, a group of researchers tested an AI algorithm by…

3D Printing News Briefs: July 17, 2018

In Today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re covering a lot of business and a little medical news. AMFG is partnering with a top UK bearings manufacturer to help automate its…

3D Printing News Briefs: June 26, 2018

We have plenty of business, material, and 3D printer news to share with you in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. 3D printing led to increased savings for GM over the…

3D Systems Looks to Increase 3D Printer Efficiency with Aquant’s AI Platform

For the last two years, 3D printing industry giant 3D Systems has been looking into product launches in hardware, materials, and workflow, in order to create more opportunities for additional…

3D Printed Autonomous NUbots Take to the Soccer Field in Australia

Every season has its sporting event, and summer’s is the FIFA World Cup, an international football tournament…or soccer tournament, for those of us in the US, Canada, South Africa, and…

Aether Announces New Developments for Its AI-Powered 3D Medical Imaging Software

A little over a month ago, 3D bioprinting startup Aether, based in San Francisco with a new University of California location at Johnson & Johnson Innovation, released its latest announcement….

Mouser Presents Latest Empowering Innovation Together Video Series: Grant Imahara Visits KUKA Robotics

Several interesting project challenges, covering technological advances like outer space tools, autonomous cars, smart cities, and drones, have been put forth by celebrity engineer Grant Imahara, of Mythbusters and BattleBots fame, and…

Google of the Future Can Learn All About You…and 3D Print Personalized Objects For Your Own Good

“If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear.” I have several friends and family members who have introduced smart technology into their homes by way of Google…

Moog and University at Buffalo Developing Artificial Intelligence for Image Recognition in Metal 3D Printing

3D printing is used increasingly in projects that require some type of recognition – for instance, CENIT’s 3D software tool can analyze a topologically optimized component and allocate it to the…

Tourists Can Experience India’s Monuments All in One Place with 3D Technologies

India is full of beautiful historic monuments, but it would be tough to see them all – it’s a big country. How convenient would it be if you could put…