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  • Why is the OSE Forum not linked anymore in the main page? - Open Source Ecology Forums
    under OSE Orientation All your points are valid Keep the feedback coming Best Katie Vote Up 0 Vote Down roleic October 2013 Permalink thanks Katie for your partial answer Without your pointing out the new location of the link to this forum I would not easily have found it You did not clearly mention what the reason is to move this link from a previously very prominent location on the first page to a much less prominent one And you did not tell us by when OSE is planning to put the forum link back on the first page You only said All your points are valid Does this include my speculation on censorship and fear of loosing donors This kind of hide and seek and politically correct speech is normally beneath open source projects because it would leave a stale after taste of manipulating the stupid masses of contributors towards how and where to leave their contributions But contributors donating their spare time are very shy game Only readiness and willingness to accept uncomfortable questions and deal with them pro actively demonstrates openness I read your short resume on this site I am impressed and happy that OSE has somebody with experiences and capabilities like yours However your former employer US Navy is not really famous for its openness Probably even the menu plan of a ship s galley is top secret Let alone the ingredients Therefore it can be assumed that openness and subtle handling of volunteers around an open source project is not something you can learn much about in the Navy I would be happy to be convinced otherwise And exactly the subtle leading of such volunteers can make or break an open source project Raising money is important but keeping volunteers contributing work and perspectives is important too Books like this or this might be useful The initial break through analysis about what makes open source software projects function by Eric S Raymond in his famous essay Cathedral Bazaar explains some of the psychology of OSS contributors which might also be valid for open hardware projects Vote Up 0 Vote Down eBell November 2013 Permalink Probably due to the constructive criticism people were making in this thread http forum opensourceecology org discussion 1004 why is ose so quiet lately Also wondering did the product manager Gary De Mercurio quit get fired No updates on his log for months and his only comment in the forum was taken down and replaced with kishijoeten April 9 Permalink Flag Comment has been hidden until an Official announcement can be made by OSE Another ragequit But he was so optimistic Add a Comment Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18

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  • FreeCad prerelease of v 0.14 has long awaited assembly module - Open Source Ecology Forums
    the first time practically useful for productive work dealing with more than one part The OSE project could benefit a lot from this step It can be expected that after v0 14 FreeCad could become the standard CAD and it is advisable that OSE prepares itself for it It might be worthwhile to call OSE and FreeCad enthusiasts to convert the Sketchup data into FreeCad Add a Comment Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE Collaboration Platform Core Team 6 Resource Development 3 GVCS Technical Development 52 Open Source Car 10 Open Source Tractor 1 Gasifier Burner 1 CNC Torch Table 5 Agricultural Microcombine 4 Dimensional Sawmill 1 Documentation and Instructionals 18 OSE Dev 0 Trucktor 0 Microtrac 0 CNC Router 0 CNC Torch Table 0 Bulldozer 0 Backhoe 0 Car 0 3D Printer 0 3D Printer Laser Diode 0 Tractor 0 Powercube 0 Brick Press Controller 0 Loading Open Source Ecology Forums Discussions All Categories General Discussion 357 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New

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  • Enterprise open source shop - Open Source Ecology Forums
    a more expensive steel used would that work easier there would not be issues with balancing like a circular saw and the replacment blades could be made in house in keeping with the project ideals I will try to find the show again Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz November 2011 Permalink Attachments 08mackinawmillcreek6 JPG 62K Vote Up 0 Vote Down mjn November 2011 Permalink Yes this is a classic frame saw mill design which was quite common in the 1700 s and 1800 s It tends to be considerably slower than a band saw or circular saw but it s also MUCH safer for that This is something I ve contemplated for myself I don t mind if a cut takes 30 or 40 minutes as long as there is either an automatic shut off or it can safely continue to run at the end of a cut I agree that a PowerCube could be made to operate such a device Going with a non insertable tooth blade means that it is then so proprietary that only you are the source of that item and a single sourced consumable part won t make anyone happy Actually I don t completely agree If CnC files are made available via open source anyone in theory could at least cut their own saw blade using a plasma torch table Granted most people won t have such a thing but it IS part of the GVCS 50 Fixed tooth designs should be easier to work with such as sharpening the teeth Tempering it might be challenging but I think it could be done A replaceable tooth design is better for production purposes but if a fixed tooth saw blade could be made up in a day or two s time it might be economical for small scale production We could trade off a thicker kerf for greater stability in motion which might avoid the need for cupping etc Mark Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz November 2011 Permalink mjn The books by Gingery have explored the same idea Starting with the first book on foundries he then uses it to build a lathe and the lathe to build other machines until he has a full shop He explored how the early machine shops were build There was no place to order many of these new machines at the beginning of the industrial era so enterprising machinists built their own machines based on often times sketchy trade magazines and books regarding saw blades and steel quality Maybe we can look at recycling other items that already have a good quality steel in them like leaf springs I am dreaming of a pick ax made from a used leaf spring cut by a plasma torch Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz November 2011 Permalink a cnc cut saw blade could be cut with a plasma torch quite quickly think a feed rate of 22 inches a min Vote Up 0 Vote Down mjn November 2011 Permalink My one concern for a CnC plasma torch would be that it might burn high carbon steel It s possible that the process of cutting the blade would ruin it for making an edge on teeth Mark Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz November 2011 Permalink I have not heard that being a issue before The manufacturers forum for the CNC machine has many examples of knife makers work using the machine and plasma torch They have even combined forging and CNC by hammering cnc cut parts while hot to give it that wrought iron look Vote Up 0 Vote Down Bastelmike November 2011 Permalink mjn My one concern for a CnC plasma torch would be that it might burn high carbon steel It s possible that the process of cutting the blade would ruin it for making an edge on teeth Never heard about an effect like that I know of no recommendations not to do heat cutting torch plasma etc with HSS and high carbon steel Small metallurgical changes at the surface if they really happen will be reversed by hardening and tempering Also some tenth of a mm at the tooth surface will later be removed by the thorough grinding process needed for a new blade Don t confuse this torch cutting process with applying excessive heat to an already hardened tool high carbon steel starts to loose its hardness with temperatures above 200 C whereas HSS can stand nearly 600 C Vote Up 0 Vote Down mjn November 2011 Permalink Good It was just a concern based on my blacksmithing experience where I have indeed ruined good tool steel by overheating it I do not have experience with torch cutting so I defer to your knowledge Mark Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz November 2011 Permalink Update November 17 Getting solar power get up Got donated a 600 watt 220v UPS with a bad battery Took out the battery will run it as a inverter using a larger battery Also donated to the cause is a 150 watt 120v inverter delivered yesterday Last week finally got a shop vehicle Picked up a 1996 Chevy Astro AWD looking at converting to a carburetor so I can run a gasifier with it The engine is the same as in the Silverdao pickup and has a 5000lb towing capacity Need a good tow capacity to haul steel back from the supplier and to keep a low profile by not using heavy trucks for deliveries Next Thursday I place order for the plasma torch 1900 ouch I could go a lot cheaper but I would be trading cut quality durability ability to operate in large voltage ranges and duty cycle by getting a cheap torch I want a setup that can cut steel all day long with a couple thousandth of inch repeatability Looking at my electricity needs Wish I could go totally solar but the budget is not big enough for that The plasma torch alone draws 5kw At least the lights computers tv fan and internet will be solar I figure I will need a 50 amp 240v circuit which means running power from the meter to avoid screwing up the house circuit For some reason my home was built without a 3rd wire ground The contractor for the developer got caught shaving things off the build and embezzling money We watched him closely but still he slipped that by us The neighbors across the street and next door who live in the UK and the US were not so fortunate Their homes were built with very poor material I would hate to have to live there full time The house still has maintenance issues The plumbing is all pvc and leaks in a few places I guess this gives me a excuse to put in a cistern run new copper lines and go off the grid for the water All in all things are really coming together 107 days or so until construction start Vote Up 0 Vote Down Allen15 November 2011 Permalink Running a ground isn t the worst thing that has ever happened I still have to do that in Modern houses here from time to time Is your wiring in conduit or is it NM B or similar Hopefully it isn t BX although you could probably ground that easier The PVC leaking is probably bad news because that almost means that they skipped using primer on the joints so any one that wasn t perfectly clean will have only partially solvent welded and you still wouldn t be able to take the joint apart even though it wasn t water tight PVC may still be a good replacement depending upon the price of copper use CPVC for supply lines not standard PVC but make sure you use both the primer cement and it will last for decades or longer barring fire Do you have enough of a prevailing wind to make putting up a wind generator feasible That may be a good supplement to solar power too Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz November 2011 Permalink I will look at wind later but for now I got a full plate I like the Axial flux generator design As for the plumbing I suspect it was just sloppy work by unskilled workers Im going with copper lines run on the outside of the house alongside the trim There is no way to run pipe inside a cement block wall after it has been built Im choosing copper cause of its antibacterial properties and because it will be exposed to the weather whereas PVC has a chance of failure from UV degradation Vote Up 0 Vote Down RootBeer November 2011 Permalink I am in the process of setting up a shop for GVCS building however I don t have much experience in this area Could you tell me if a 240 volt welder is required Or is a 120 volt welder adequate Also does anyone have a list somewhere of what shop equipment I should have to build a power cube Metz My house also does not have any grounding I am in the process of fixing it it was built in the 1950s It was built with conduit so I have been able to pull new wire through the conduit when I had to rewire the kitchen long story I would have to dig a trench and run new wiring out to the garage if more than 120v is going to be required mjn your website is great I m still reading it Vote Up 0 Vote Down dorkmo November 2011 Permalink tom is probly the best person to talk to about power cube he s buulding one in gis garrage with limited shop tools so he d be doubly good to talk to http opensourceecology org wiki Tom Dallas Log hes been posting updates there hes building a tweaked design so i dont know what all that means as far as tools i dont know his email but you can contact him via the wiki or msybe his email is on there somewhere P Vote Up 0 Vote Down Allen15 November 2011 Permalink As far as welders go you can get 120 volt welders but you will find that those tend to be on the lower end of quality and longevity so if you only wanted to buy it once you d do better with a 240 volt one but it is your choice You ll also find that the capacity and capability of welders will go up once you aren t limited to 120 volts because for the same duty cycle you can utilize twice the power Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz November 2011 Permalink I will second that 220volt Where I live everything is 220 240 volt so 120 is not really a option Look for the most welder you can get for your money One of those big red Lincoln stick welders or even better a used P H welder will run you a couple hundred If you have a larger budget get a Miller Mig welder The harbor freight mig welders are not very good Hobart are OK but they won t run all day like the others mentioned Vote Up 0 Vote Down RootBeer November 2011 Permalink Cool sounds like I will go with the 240 volt model then I posted a note on Tom s wiki user page to find out what other tools he is using Although I see he posted some in his blog it would be nice just to have a list to check off what you need similar to the BOM Vote Up 0 Vote Down dorkmo November 2011 Permalink im a fan of tool lists i try to fill in a little section about tools required if i know the problem that people usually bring up is that some tools are interchangeable like a saw and a torch can both cut something so what would you put on the list or if you have access to plasma cutter u wouldnt need the more basic stuff i just assume the answer is anything listed is better than nothing ive been hoping for something like how thingiverse has profiles u can list all your tools and then that could show you what all you could make sort of thing who knows someday but anyways if u see a gap you think should be filled in go ahead and write in what you know and make a note of anything youre not sure of in the page s discussion tab Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz November 2011 Permalink Plasma torch air compressor is deff towards the top of the list I got the Hypertherm Powermax45 for my shop there are others a lot lower price but I wanted the clean cut and ability to run all day without overheating If I was on a tighter budget i would look at the Hobart or maybe the Longevity brand A word of caution many plasma torches do not play nice with CNC plasma tables something about the high voltage spark that starts the flame feeding back and frying the controller board You will have to check with your manufacturer for compatibility and then double check with someone else to make sure Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz December 2011 Permalink Update Dec 5 2011 86 days to construction start Watching the world economic news especially Europe Hope things do not fall apart I am not at my house right now on job site about 11 hours by plane from home still in Asia Have one manual CEB press pre sold Have a couple tentative sales for manual CEB machines lined up Getting interest from a coal broker to sell gasifier machines Things are coming along nicely so far Vote Up 0 Vote Down dorkmo December 2011 Permalink sweet sweet Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz December 2011 Permalink Update Dec 27 More shop consumables arrived today This was a box of plasma torch tips 250 for a tiny box ouch Bought the CAD software couple weeks ago it does not work in a digital download cause it requires a dongle It s somewhere between NJ and Asia right now in transit Distributed my own version of a civilization kit My company is laying off over a thousand people Several Indians I have worked with the past 2 years are going home I put together a CD of the manual CEB press and public domain farming carpentry books for them to take home At least they can use the CEB press to earn a living I was really looking for the GVCS DVD to give them too but can t find it here and they are leaving in a few days Got a unexpected bonus the other day Getting my unused vacation days paid in cash when I leave US 4600 to the cause I am on a job site for my work for another 2 months shipped home most of the household goods couple weeks ago got A few more boxes to go out next month 60 days transit time by ocean cargo Got behind on ordering the solar cells Christmas and related expenses came up Hopefully next week the solar cells will get ordered Only one more 350 order from the US is needed A plasma torch holder for the CNC table Have almost a years worth of consumables put up Looks like I will have a years worth of everything to get started Food shop consumables money Planting a garden to offset the food costs The wife has made the executive decision not to plant until I get home however Next month I will send the wife to the carpenter for construction estimates I have a pretty good idea the costs already It should be 4 5 thousand tops for the shop space 65 days or so now Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz December 2011 Permalink CAD Software arrived finally I am redrawing the OSRL CEB Press blueprints into my torch table cad program to cut out Attachments drafting for ceb press jpg 80K Vote Up 0 Vote Down BrienTH December 2011 Permalink Wow you are to be commended Looking forward to further updates Vote Up 0 Vote Down Metz January 2012 Permalink Update Jan 11 Have spent many hours learning my CAD software I didn t get the full version so it did not have tracing or auto parts nesting feature Found Inkscape which works very nice for tracing drawings to import into my CAD Still having issues exporting a dxf file from my CAD program Counting down the days and working up the budget We are paying as much bills in advance for a year as we can to eliminate budget headaches With the coming financial problems in Europe and the US I am pretty concerned about staying open I mean we are already in a slow motion collapse but things seem accelerating from my vantage point Also taking a side trip in March to China For me to get a year visa I have to enter the country with my wife Since I am off on a job site in Kuwait without the wife will have to fly home get the wife go to china or some other country and re enter together 4 day 3 night tour packages to China including air from Manila are around 200 each My work takes me to interesting places Got 2 pre orders for the manual OSRL CEB press and one person has expressed a strong interest in buying a OSE CEB press This is the model of torch table I have Mine is still in the box till I get home Here is one of my welders It looks kinda crude and old but it actually is better quality than a lot of the high dollar welders on the market

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/discussion/444/enterprise-open-source-shop (2016-04-30)
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  • Global Resource Bank - Open Source Ecology Forums
    895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE Collaboration Platform Core Team 6 Resource Development 3 GVCS Technical Development 52 Open Source Car 10 Open Source Tractor 1 Gasifier Burner 1 CNC Torch Table 5 Agricultural Microcombine 4 Dimensional Sawmill 1 Documentation and Instructionals 18 OSE Dev 0 Trucktor 0 Microtrac 0 CNC Router 0 CNC Torch Table 0 Bulldozer 0 Backhoe 0 Car 0 3D Printer 0 3D Printer Laser Diode 0 Tractor 0 Powercube 0 Brick Press Controller 0 In this Discussion JohnPozzi June 2013 Loading Open Source Ecology Forums Discussions All Categories General Discussion 357 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/discussion/1027/global-resource-bank (2016-04-30)
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  • JohnPozzi - Open Source Ecology Forums
    General Discussion 357 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 3 Discussões em Português 20 Ecovilas 2 Discussions en Français 2 Обсуждения в Россию 1 Discusiones en Español 5 Discussioni

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  • Grow Mushrooms in a Laundry Basket - Open Source Ecology Forums
    mushrooms Get your feet wet with this most forgiving mushroom and you ll definitely want to advance into the realm of others like Shitake Paddy Straw Garden Giant and more Growing oyster mushrooms in a laundry basket is easy cheap and it s a great project to do with kids They ll enjoy watching the quick growth of the fruiting bodies as well as the rewards of eating them after harvest For detailed instructions please visit url http velacreations com food mushrooms edible item 173 oysters laundry basket html url More photos url http www flickr com photos velacreations sets 72157624463908734 url Add a Comment Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE Collaboration Platform Core Team 6 Resource Development 3 GVCS Technical Development 52 Open Source Car 10 Open Source Tractor 1 Gasifier Burner 1 CNC Torch Table 5 Agricultural Microcombine 4 Dimensional Sawmill 1 Documentation and Instructionals 18 OSE Dev 0 Trucktor 0 Microtrac 0 CNC Router 0 CNC Torch Table 0 Bulldozer 0 Backhoe 0 Car 0 3D Printer 0 3D Printer Laser Diode 0 Tractor 0 Powercube 0 Brick Press Controller 0 Tagged mushroom 2 Loading Open Source Ecology Forums Discussions All Categories General Discussion 357 Introductions 145 GVCS

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  • Tractor in Ecuador - Open Source Ecology Forums
    to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE Collaboration Platform Core Team 6 Resource Development 3 GVCS Technical Development 52 Open Source Car 10 Open Source Tractor 1 Gasifier Burner 1 CNC Torch Table 5 Agricultural Microcombine 4 Dimensional Sawmill 1 Documentation and Instructionals 18 OSE Dev 0 Trucktor 0 Microtrac 0 CNC Router 0 CNC Torch Table 0 Bulldozer 0 Backhoe 0 Car 0 3D Printer 0 3D Printer Laser Diode 0 Tractor 0 Powercube 0 Brick Press Controller 0 Loading Open Source Ecology Forums Discussions All Categories General Discussion 357 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/discussion/1023/tractor-in-ecuador (2016-04-30)
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  • A poor man's land yacht - and alternative housing. - Open Source Ecology Forums
    FeF as described here In this post I have made a list of the comforts that are part of today s modern life style which most people would be reluctant to give up And if OSE should attract lots of people in order to become a social movement then the adoption of the OSE life style should not be made too unattractive Not everybody would like to be a Robin Crusoe Vote Up 0 Vote Down Arashi May 2013 Permalink Hi Roli This being my second post I basically just joined and am just getting better familiar with this movement The open source idea is a great gift to man kind and a plot of farm land is what ever generation of families should have to supplement their food but the way I see it people cant really afford land to start up or jump into such an unconventional in these days investment because of its uncertainties I also dont think people will be willing to share space in the long term with others as easy unless they are related in a family Perhaps good friends with mutual interest can farm together and respect each others space but with many the television culture is so strong that a group of friends to do this will be rare The media drives people no matter what class to try to be better then their neighbour to amass materials and afford the newest things to keep or better a status I think my half house half RV connect space will be a good alternative for people who seek to be free from the constraints of the system but at the same time challenging to find steady or comfortable grounds to station It would great if people could purchase land together and setup a kind of RV park in tree surrounded privacy setups but I still fear dont really know that regulations limited people taxes expensive and utility hookups water electricity sewage waste would be fertilized will make this difficult to achieve I think it would be great if people would want to team up and sell these setups to not only help people but also make profits to expand this ideology Thanks for the link to your post of what people will be reluctant to give up I ll be reading it in these next few days Links related to this kind of life style What Is The Tiny House Movement http www thetinylife com what is the tiny house movement Top 5 Biggest Barriers To The Tiny House Movement http www thetinylife com top 5 biggest barriers to the tiny house movement prettyPhoto Codes and the Tiny House http tinyhouselistings com codes and the tiny house Workshop follow up codes and tiny houses http padtinyhouses com workshop follow up codes and tiny houses How to find parking and a place to call home http padtinyhouses com your questions answered how to find parking and a place to call home Add a Comment

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