The different shapes of a rotor blade parts enable many different product ideas

Seeing an entire rotor blade can be very overwhelming and it is hard to imagine possible product solutions on the spot. Using the metaphor of a fish filet, where cooks would try to create dishes for all parts of a fish, we can apply this method to the rotor blade. By dissecting the blade into individual parts, it becomes a lot easier to imagine possible ideas. 

Here is how to use the fish filet in 3 easy steps: 

1) Draw mental lines on the whole blade and cut it into pieces 

2) Draw the shape of the first piece on a separate piece of paper

3) Brainstorm new ideas where the piece could be integrated or applied

Tip: To not get stuck on a specific idea, time your brainstorming sessions to about 2 minutes per piece. This way you will intuitively get new ideas. We hope that it will also inspire you to come up with your own unique product idea. In the image below you can find exemplary product ideas for all parts of a rotor blade to get you started. Let's brainstorm!