An electric current transformer is basically a pair of electrodes separated by a conductor.
This allows the voltage in the wires to be varied, thus producing a constant output of power.
However, the process is extremely time consuming, requiring many, many different components.
This is why the Israelis, who own the world’s biggest commercial electrical system, have come up with a clever way to build this type of device from scratch, using a 3D printing process called 3D-printing.
The process requires cutting, drilling, sanding, grinding, grinding again and more sanding until the metal is as smooth as a sheet of paper.
The finished device will then have an average thickness of about 1.5 millimeters.
It is similar to a standard transformer, but with a much higher output, due to its wider conductor.
The current is fed through the transformer and out the other end, where it is converted to electricity.
The results are so good that the Israelis are planning to install an entire power system on the island of Sharm el-Sheikh in the Mediterranean Sea.
The main advantage of 3D printed power plants is the possibility to manufacture them quickly and inexpensively.
3D printers can easily create a variety of products from different parts of the same product.
For example, 3D Printing can create a 3-D printed refrigerator and the finished appliance is easily transported to the warehouse.
In fact, the Israel Electricity Authority is already using the printers to produce electricity from a diesel generator, which it is now using to power the city of Eilat.
In a recent report, the Authority found that the 3D printer can produce electricity at a rate of 50 percent faster than conventional power plants.
The new facility will be used to build a larger power station, but also to provide electricity to the local community.
The Israelis will have to purchase the equipment, which they estimate will cost about $2.5 million.
However the cost of electricity is expected to be cheaper than that of a diesel plant, which has to be transported and maintained, as well as operate in harsh conditions.
The electricity plant will be built in a coastal town in southern Israel, where the country has an abundance of wind and tides, according to the Israeli news site Ynet.
The 3D Print process is so inexpensive, that the Israel Electric Authority has been able to charge the Israelis nearly $100,000 for the equipment.
They also estimate that the new power plant will eventually produce enough electricity to provide the island with enough power for its citizens for several months.
The Israelis hope that this power system will generate enough electricity for local residents, so that they can stay connected with their families and work.