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3D Printing a DIY Nuclear Fusion Reactor


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This kind of science is exciting but is it the right model for power generation. He wants 200 mil investment, so we are talking about just replacing the power stations with better ones. It still is the big power corps make it and sell it to you. We already have viable solutions for production of power at point of use. In the past it has been said that wind solar thermal cannot supply needs. The needs of power corps to sell power to us that is.
We should use 3D printing to print Solar panels and Lpoly batteries in our own homes. I know this may be outside of current material constraints but it is something that should be considered by the 3D community.
#1 Mark Freeman on 2012-06-01 01:29 (Reply)

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