Omni 3D has this week unveiled a new open source 3D printed wind turbine they have created called the AirEnergy 3D, which can be collapsed down for easy transportation when required.
Omni 3D explains that they have created the very first mobile green energy generator that users can carry on a camping trip to help keep their gadgets powered up whilst away from the grid offering 300W of power.
The AirEnergy 3D is capable of generating up to 300W of power and can store the energy it create in a battier for use at a later date. Offering clean and renewable energy that saves you money and saves the environment. Its creators explain :
“The goal of this campaign is to gather funds to finish the design and prepare production of preassembled kits, that are easy to setup for everyone around the world. We want to influence people, how they think about electricity and the environment. If we really want a change to happen, we know we can’t keep the solutions to ourselves so we decided to make AirEnergy3D open source.
It means once we develop AirEnergy3D we will upload all technical data for everyone to use free of charge. All the components are fully catalogued, together with assembly instructions.
Anyone who is a DIY fan will be able to modify AirEnergy3D to fit his or hers needs!
AirEnergy3D is 3d printable, but not in it’s entirety. We provide a Basic kit with parts that cannot be printed on a desktop 3d printer and provide you with downloadable and editable 3d models of each required part, together with asembly instructions.
It’s basically like putting a small lego model together. The design will let the whole kit and propellers will fit into a special backpack for comfortable mobility.”
The 3D printed Wind Turbine project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise £19,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think Wind Turbine is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Wind Turbine become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News