U.S. Backing 3D Printing to Develop Cheaper Wind-Turbine BladesBy
Energy Department investing $1 million to produce test blade
Oak Ridge lab manufactured 3D-printed replica Shelby Cobra
The U.S. Energy Department of Energy is investing in 3D printing technology that may shave 5 percent from the cost of making wind-turbine blades.
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