Additive manufacturing has revolutionized the manufacturing of components like blades used in small wind turbines, parts of telecom satellites and instruments used in radio communication on airplanes. It has eased the struggle of everyday life and contributed largely in mundane tasks like making phone calls, surfing the internet and commuting.
Manufacturers have now started using 3D printed components in the development of new power sources. One such example is the use of wind turbines in the telecom sector. 3D printing of these blades drastically reduces their cost thereby improving efficiency and optimizing the performance. They also require less servicing than their traditional counterparts thereby making the benefits of 3D printing too glaring to ignore.