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April 9, 2015 AT 7:00 am

#3DPrinted solar power wind turbines #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Andreas Haeuser shares:

a wind turbine which can be produced and reproduced for the most part with a conventional 3D printer …. without lathe, milling machine or welding machine. The Reprap- Windturbine is not a toy or demonstration model, but a fully satisfying, robust machine for the permanent generation of electrical energy.

read more on: http://www.reprap-windturbine.com/index.php?id=18&L=1


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1 Comment

  1. Kenneth Scharf

    I wonder if this design is GPL’ed. If so, while they are still allowed to charge for it, the buyer could redistribute it as they saw fit. If it ISN’T open sourced, they shouldn’t be allowed to use ‘Reprap’ in the name.

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