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ChatGPT is Evolving! It Now Creates GCODE From Prints!

10/4/23 1:44 AM / by camInstructor Mike

The remarkable advancements in ChatGPT-4, with the ability to upload prints, and 10 times the computing power, find out how this is changing machining!

The advancements in ChatGPT's ability to create GCODE are truly remarkable! With the introduction of several new updates, this tool has become a game changer once again.

One of the most exciting developments is the ability to feed ChatGPT an image. This feature addresses a significant challenge I encountered during my previous testing - conveying information about the desired part to ChatGPT. Now, you can simply upload an image or a drawing of your part, making the communication process much smoother.

Furthermore, you can now customize ChatGPT's replies and structure them according to your preferences. In my initial testing, there was often a lot of back and forth with ChatGPT to ensure the correct gcode format or syntax in its replies. However, this new feature allows you to eliminate much of that back and forth, saving valuable time and effort.

The most crucial update is the introduction of ChatGPT itself - now powered by GPT-4. This latest version is claimed to be 10 times more powerful than the previous GPT-3.5. While it may not match the expertise of a 20-year experienced machinist, it has certainly improved significantly.

In the accompanying video, you'll witness the incredible progress that has been made. Tasks that were once challenging for me are now easily accomplished with ChatGPT. I even put it to the test with a couple of more complex tasks, and the results were truly surprising!

Excitement is building for the next update, as things are progressing rapidly. It is my hope that software companies, especially those in the CAD CAM space, are paying close attention to these advancements.

I'm curious to know if you're currently using ChatGPT or any other AI in your day-to-day operations. Additionally, I would love to hear any suggestions you have for me to try out with this new GPT-4.



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Written by camInstructor Mike

camInstructor Mike is Mike Wearne, an avid machinist, cnc programmer and overall connoisseur of all things machining. Mike is one of camInstructor's resident cad/cam/cnc experts and works part time at his local college teaching aspiring machinists how to program CNC Machines of all types.

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