Holistic Problem of Manufacturing

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There is yet a central point of access to all the world's manufacturing diversity.

Parts of the Holistic Problem

           
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  • What seems the problem?
    • What is the base cause?
      • What happened to cause it? 
    • If action to address the problem is determined the best approach; the balance between the 'meticulous' and the 'creative' begins; to surface a more preferred outcome based on existing knowledge of the past. 
      • The model is never complete and subject to scrutiny. That which does not change, is dead. Over-adaptation shares this same fate. Adequate survives. 
  • What product or outcome is required?
    • Why is something required in the first place?
  • How are novel or specialized processes standardized, modularized, and integrated or rendered cyclical or cradle-to-cradle for simplicity? Or, in other words:
    • How are the fundamentals of manufacturing processes better understood simply as functions, steps, or ingredients, so uncertainty or novelty when encountered becomes an acceptable challenge rather than a protective deterrent?
  • What design is assembled?
    • What is the best way to represent the design for people and machines? (images, words, Braille, python, FLOWS, ect)
  • What tools applying materials are used?
    • How are the most basic tools made to make more specialized tools and vice versa
  • What materials apply to product or tool?
    • How are tools made with what materials?
  • What are the materials needed for the design? (or) 
    • What alternative materials when optimal materials are unavailable?
    • How are materials made from more basic materials?
  • Where are the materials? 
    • How are materials made easy to log and warehouse or locate by anyone?
    • How is it observed at the location to ensure viability? 
  • Who or what will assemble it?
    • How is production optimized?
  • How is it delivered? 
    • How is distribution optimized?
  • How are materials or use of land or other spacial boundaries accessed or occupied without personal or global compromise?
    • Who owns, controls, and governs resource distribution?
  • What causes exchange trade? How is money made? Where is it going? And: If the points above are adequately addressed: Why money? 
    • How does ownership, control, governance, and distribution change as a result of post-scarcity: when fully automated or commons-based output exceeds demand? 
  • What are the anticipated outcomes based on the outcome?
   

Also See

Buckliments

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Vinaification

Basic Needs Infrastructure
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