From reducing costs to increasing efficiency to spurring innovation, many people are excited about the impact that 3D printing will have on the future of manufacturing. Scientists and engineers are constantly developing new materials with unique properties that can be used for 3D printing. Science Daily brought this interesting information to our attention in their article, “Using artificial intelligence to control digital manufacturing.”

Throughout the decades, the technology of 3D printing has continued to disrupt the manufacturing industry. In March 2020, many manufacturers and engineers stepped up to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and the amount of calls to action of the 3D printing community to supply necessary material and products is something no industry expert would have predicted.

MIT researchers have developed a machine learning system that uses computer vision to watch the manufacturing process and then correct errors in how it handles the material in real-time. The work avoids the prohibitively expensive process of printing thousands or millions of real objects to train the neural network.

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