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Hyperganic creates parts, structures, and entire machines through artificial intelligence and enables mass production in digital factories using industrial 3D printing. Its aim is to redefine the way things are engineered in fields as diverse as consumer goods, medical applications, and aerospace. It has already used AI to design a 3D-printed rocket engine prototype and it is aiming to use algorithms to help with the personalization and improvement of everything from shoes and bike helmets to prosthetics.