As an incredibly data-rich process, AM lends itself to increasing levels of data collection, processing, and analysis to optimize part designs for performance requirements and addressing print quality and repeatability.
Less chips has been great for U.S. manufacturing’s health. NFTs are dumb but smart for blockchain. 3D-printed speaker enclosures. ICYMI: Formnext 2021. W is for Tungsten, but the L goes to the supply chain.
Release the inspection drones! Traceable AaaS. Consumer 3D scanners. Making a PickNic of Robotic Challenges. Sorry, Spot does not move like Jagger.
Robot wings for human consumption. Rent a Tesla from Hertz! Will 3D printed houses stand the test of time? NVIDIA can do so much more than just trace rays and mine crypto! NFL caps helmet innovation challenge.
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Octopus-inspired robots can do the twist. Graphics engines powering digital twins. 3D printing defects? There’s an app for that! Rethinking the supply chain. TÜV-certified AM.
Zeiss and ORNL have big plans for additive. Big bucks for ai-powered industrial robots. Advanced manufacturing restomods. Green steel. The greatest automation has to offer: CNC doors.
While a 3D model has been around for a long time, it has always been disconnected from the real world. Overlaying the actual conditions of the part is the first step of the digital twin. The next step is harvesting value from this synergy.