Last year I presented a wind turbine called "WinDIY", which can be largely made from 3D printable parts. (You can find information on this here: https://nerdiy.de/en/windiy-die-wind-turbine-aus-dem-3d-drucker/ and here: https://hackaday.io/project/172328-windiy-hawt-wind-turbine)
Relatively quickly after building the first prototype, it became clear that I would build a new version. The construction of the first WinDIY version worked in principle, but there was a need for optimization in some areas.
I now want to implement these optimizations with a completely new design. For this, not only the design of the blades is being revised. The 3D printed generator will also be completely redesigned. In addition, I plan to simplify part of the somewhat complex mechanics. Ultimately, the structure should be lighter, the turbine should run more efficiently and also be a little more compact.
I'm currently working on the first basics such as the newly designed pitch actuator and the generator. You can see some of the first progress in the project logs. :)
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