AI-Driven Software Aims to Self-Correct 3D Printing

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The software platform Blacksmith from Markforged shares feedback from its cloud-connected fleet of printers to identify and correct distortions in a 3D-printed part. In this video, Additive Manufacturing Media senior editor Brent Donaldson talks to Markforged CTO and co-founder David Benhaim about how Blacksmith can create a loop between AI, design tools and 3D scan data to hasten the ability of the company’s entire installed base of printers to self-correct against variations throughout the printing process.

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