Student develops portable 3D printed wind turbines to bring affordable electricity to remote areas

We already knew that 3D printing has the potential to revolutionize life in third world countries, as it’s a manufacturing technology that’s cheap, easy-to-use, easy to transport and can easily produce whatever you need. It’s therefore hardly surprising that several ongoing projects are specifically aimed at third world communities, like this project to 3D print safe and reliable roofing for slum houses.

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