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Links 1 through 10 of 1029 by Michel Bauwens tagged P2P-Manufacturing

Real leadership is about transforming the system, not just succeeding within or despite the system. We know how to run organizations in ways that that lift up the human spirit, both for those doing the work and those for whom the work is done. In last week’s article I suggested that we get on with it.

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A makerspace (also known as a hackerspace, hackspace, hacklab, or creative space) is a community operated place where people can work on projects. These projects benefit from sharing tools, space and the cross-fertilization of ideas.

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The open-hardware movement got a tremendous boost today when WIKISPEED, an innovative automotive company building modular, high-performance cars using agile design principles, and Open Source Ecology (OSE), a group committed to providing free plans and processes necessary for building the global economy, announced that they are teaming up to revolutionize transportation in the developing world.

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Development centres have sprung up around the world. They use a prioritised backlog of development activities and each centre has their own backlog items which are coordinated in the overall product backlog. Team members contribute based on their skill, knowledge and availability, and local teams self-organize to tackle the items in their backlog. The backlog can be viewed here.  Items in the backlog go beyond building vehicles into other areas of social good, such as vaccine distribution.

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While there are still some details to sort out, it's pretty clear that making weapons at home using 3-D printers from commonly available materials is going to become much more commonplace in the near future. In fact, as 3-D printing technology matures, materials feedstock improves, and designs for weapons proliferate, we might soon see the day when nearly everyone will be able to print the weapons of their choice in the numbers they desire, all within the privacy of their own homes.

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Founder of Open Source Ecology Marcin Jakubowksi is creating open blueprints for the building blocks of civilization, starting with the Global Village Construction Set. This set of 50 low-cost machines will allow anyone to build all the infrastructure a community needs – including, at Factor E Farm, one of his own.

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The Arduino CAN-Bus shield gives the Arduino CAN-Bus capability. In this presentation we will learn about the design process from PCB layout and prototyping, to testing with a simulator and eventually

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The 16th Open Source Hardware User Group (OSHUG) meeting had a manufacturing theme and talks explored some of the practical considerations, options available and issues that may be encountered when taking something from an idea through to small-scale manufacture

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It's unlikely that micro-manufacturing is going to be able to compete with large scale manufacture on efficiency or performance, unless we see a profound and truly world-changing paradigm shift in how electronics are manufactured. Which is a distinct possibility but one that may be some years in the future.
But what these early endeavours demonstrate is how grassroots communities of interest are able to tackle problems which most would regard as the reserve of well-funded R

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