NinjaTek is up to something, but we’re not allowed to tell you about it.
Stability AI has introduced a new method of generating 3D models using AI.
A new experimental text to 3D concept shows a path towards efficient 3D model generation.
Ai Build announced they’ve received a significant investment, and there’s an interesting twist to the story.
First impressions of SimScale’s AI-based physics prediction technology.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss the transformative shift in the construction industry towards integrating advanced technologies like 3D printing and automation.
I’m reading a curious article on MakeUseOf that attempts to show how ChatGPT can be used for 3D printing.
This week’s selection is the adorable prototype robot developed by Disney Research.
Nano Dimension announced they’ve filed a very interesting patent using AI technology.
A report on 404 Media reveals an AI startup was secretly using humans to generate 3D models.
I’ve thinking a lot lately about sensors on 3D printers.
We could see an increase of very unusual yet practical 3D printed parts in the near future due to AI technology.
There’s a new and powerful AI-based 3D model generator, CSM.
Today we’re taking a look at Luma AI’s Imagine 3D, a text-to-3D service.
This week’s selection is “Business and Emerging Technologies” by George Baffour.
An in-depth look at how ChatGPT and other LLMs are impacting the additive manufacturing landscape.
Last week I forecasted what a typical desktop FFF 3D printer of 2026 might look like. This week let’s go further ahead.
A new research tool could unlock access to many new materials, some of which will be suitable for 3D printing.
From predictive maintenance to better quality control, AI is changing how—and where—things are made.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider whether 3D print technology investment and innovation could be affected by interest in AI tech.
AI is upon us, but what might it affect in the 3D printing universe?
A Reddit contributor described an astonishing 3D print workflow that just might become a normal approach in the future.
Authentise announced something they call “3DGPT”, a new AI tool for 3D printing.
AON3D seems to be heading in a different direction than most high-temperature 3D printer manufacturers.
Spotlight finds generative design at PTC’s LiveWorx.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi predict increased use of AI and 3D printing by Cisco.
This week’s selection is “The Future of Leadership in the Age of AI” by Marin Ivezic and Luka Ivezic.
Berlin-based company MakerVerse is making waves in the manufacturing network space.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is beginning to impact various aspects of society, and a new development in additive manufacturing—material design—is no exception.
Xometry recently released the results of a survey conducted in collaboration with Forbes to gain insights into current manufacturing trends.
EOS announced a new real-time feature for their metal 3D printers called “Smart Fusion”.
After an earlier story today on how AI could penetrate the AM space, a company announced exactly that.
This week’s selection is “Futureproof: 9 Rules for Surviving in the Age of AI” by Kevin Roose.
There’s another AI vision option for desktop 3D printers: PrintPal’s PrintWatch.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at recent developments in AI.
There could be a huge problem for 3D model repositories like Printables, Thingiverse, MyMiniFactory and others in the very near future.
There could be something very interesting brewing from the folks behind Markforged.
AI will shake up the 3D printing industry in more ways than you might realize.
NVIDIA Researchers have developed an improved technique for automatically generating 3D models from text input.
Start warming up your vocal cords—natural language processing may soon change how engineers interact with design software.
Ai Build has introduced something quite amazing: AiSync.
Things are moving very quickly in the text to 3D model AI space.
This week’s selection is “Dancing With Robots: The 29 Strategies for Success In the Age of AI and Automation” by Bill Bishop.
This week Luma AI announced a new 3D model generation technology, that while crude today, will ultimately dominate in the future.
This could be the biggest breakthrough in 3D printing in decades: automatic 3D models.
After looking at several AI tools recently, I’ve realized there is another fundamentally important way AI will affect the 3D printing world.
Rivelin Robotics showed their amazing metal 3D print post processing station to us last week.
Hyperganic announced a new and very speedy 3D simulation technology.
I’ve been testing the Luma 3D scanning app, which uses the new NeRF method, and it’s amazing.
There’s an entirely new way to 3D scan objects, and it’s going to change everything.
Post processing was for a long time the forgotten step in 3D printing. Now, that’s changing.
A new paper describes how AI tools can be used to generate printable 3D models with only a text prompt.
This week’s selection is “Create Stunning AI Art” by Antonis Tsagaris and Andreas Pampoukkas.
This week’s selection is “The AI Cookbook: A taste of the future” by Paolo Rosson.
A new partnership demonstrates the way forward for 3D printing technology.
I caught a glimpse of a potential future for 3D modeling tools, and it’s breathtaking.
This week’s selection is “Building Smart Robots Using ROS: Design, Build, Simulate, Prototype and Control Smart Robots Using ROS, Machine Learning and React Native Platform” by Robin Tommy.
Readers may recall The Spaghetti Detective. Now it has been rebranded and expanded.
A gigantic hydroelectric dam project in China is to use a radical new form of construction 3D printing.
Creality’s latest entry in their popular CR series is the CR-10 Smart-Pro.
Anker launched their first 3D printer, the M5, on Kickstarter.
We’ve learned a lot more about Helio Additive, a new startup company.
3DQue has released a fascinating online game they call “3DPrintle”.
I spoke with 3DQue representatives to find out the latest on their unusual 3D printing technology.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing countless industries, and its machine learning capabilities are capable of transforming additive manufacturing as well.
Adrian Bowyer provided an updated on his Electric 3D Printer project, and it’s a fascinating approach to software design.
What will a meltpool look like? That’s what researchers can now predict with some accuracy.
Relativity Space owns what could become a key patent for additive manufacturing.
The pair will be using DeepCube’s AI, ML and DL framework to optimize additive manufacturing processes.
Twikit launched a new automated lattice tool they call “Laddy”.
Massivit announced a new and very large 3D printer, the Massivit 5000.
Nano Dimension has signed an agreement to acquire DeepCube.
Senvol announced new investment coming from the US military.
This week’s selection is “Artificial Intelligence Revolution: how AI Will Change Our Society, Economy and Culture” by Robin Li.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider a few examples of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and 3D printing combining for more powerful solutions.
A U.S.-based startup called Neatsy AI makes use of the iPhone’s depth-sensing FaceID technology to predict comfortable sneaker fit for customers via 3D modelling.
Oqton announced it has raised a massive US$40M from investors.
PrintSyst announced they’ve successfully integrated their AI engine into DNA.AM’s manufacturing execution system.
Adam Friedman and Ryan Donley examine AI-driven conversational commerce, which was growing technology in 2018 and 2019 and is experiencing rapid growth in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Artec 3D announced a new version of Artec Studio 15, the software that drives their popular handheld 3D scanners, and there’s a big surprise in this release.
Researchers have developed what appears to be a far more accessible method of developing highly complex 3D models for 3D printing.
Authentise has teamed up with Addiguru to bring in-processing monitoring into its additive manufacturing workflow.
I’m reading the lengthy PhD thesis from Ivanna Baturynska, who has extensively investigated the possibility of using advanced AI techniques to optimize 3D print jobs.
There might be no stranger name for a 3D print product than the Spaghetti Detective, but it’s not only appropriate, but something that should become popular in 3D printing.
Additive Flow has unveiled a new generative design tool for additive manufacturing that has the unique ability to handle solutions for materials and mechanical design simultaneously.
Inkbit has developed an AI-based quality control system that can not only verify correct layers, but fix them, too.
A new AI-based system can generate incredibly realistic human faces. What if the same technology was turned towards 3D printing?
In some ways, true multi-material 3D printing has been the dream of the additive manufacturing (AM) industry for some time.
This spring, Markforged introduced its Blacksmith AI software; this summer, the company dedicated 2,000 square feet to its further development.
Greg Mark, CEO of Markforged, tells us it’s “definitely the most exciting thing we’ve announced” as the company introduces its foray into artificial intelligence.
A report on Fast Company illustrates that there’s more than one way to do generative design.
We had a chat with Kevin Friesth, Chief Science Officer/Inventor at Haute Fabrication, regarding their upcoming 3D printers.
We had a chat with a company that hopes to bring the concept of “one-click printing” to the world.
Even though centuries have passed, the act of designing and making objects is still primarily the same