AEROGENERADOR impreso en 3D más alto del mundo| Tendencias Tecnológicas

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La compañía General Electric, junto a COBOD y LafargeHolcim han dado a conocer su revolucionario método de impresión 3D in-situ de torres de aerogeneradores, que permitirá la construcción de turbinas eólicas de hasta 200 metros.

¿Será este, el impulso definitivo de la energía eólica?

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GE Renewable Energy, COBOD and LafargeHolcim co-develop record-tall wind turbine towers with 3D-printed concrete bases
https://www.ge.com/news/press-releases/ge-renewable-energy-cobod-and-lafargeholcim-co-develop-3D-printed-concrete-bases-wind-turbines

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Vídeos Originales:

Prototype: 3D printing the first 10m high wind turbine base

The largest 3D construction printer in the world

Assembly of the largest 3D construction printer in the world

Developing wind turbine towers with 3D-printed concrete bases

GE’s 4.8 MW onshore wind turbine with 158m rotor diameter

GE Renewable Energy’s Haliade-X 12 MW nacelle unveiled

Building a Wind Turbine GE, entire assembly process (timelapses, landscapes)

GE Installs its 25,000th Wind Turbine at the Uthlede Wind Farm

Trucks moving massive wind turbine tower sections from Napier Port

Transporting Windmills

3D concrete printing

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