HOW TO USE THIS TEMPLATE:
Name your new product version correctly: Product designation followed by "_v" followed by the last two digits of the current year followed by .two digits indicating current month.
Name example: Steam engine_v21.05
where "21" indicates the year 2021 and "05" indicates the month of May.
1. To create your product version page, enter its name (according to the format described above) in the search bar in the top right corner and press enter or click the search icon.
2. On the results-page, click the link found within the sentence Create the page "Product Designation_vYY.MM" on this wiki!
3. Go back to this template and Press Edit.
4. Copy the contents.
5. Go back to your product version page.
6. Paste the template contents into your product version page.
Now you can start adding contents. If appropriate, headings provided in this template can be modified, deleted or replaced.
This line and those above shall be deleted after you have implemented this template for a new development page.
- 1 Overview
- 2 Status
- 3 Replications
- 4 Documentation
- 5 Product ecology
- 6 Planning
- 7 Details
- 8 BOM
- 9 CAD
- 10 Bugs
- 11 Communications
- 12 See also
- 13 External links
- 14 README
- 15 Operational Infrastructure
- 16 Development Infrastructure
- 17 Tool and Material Organization
- 18 Hand Tools
- 19 Bending and Forming
- 20 Cutting and Grinding
- 21 Material Joining
- 22 Drilling
- 23 Precision Mechanical
- 24 Material Transportation
- 25 Test - Enterprise Starters - Simple Technologies
For other versions of this product, see the Product page: [Insert link to the product page here. This template can be used for product pages: Template:Product]
Replace this text with a brief description of the product version. Feel free to include a picture (see Wiki instructions to learn how to upload files).
This project is in stage 1 of 5; Design.
4. Almost done
5. Full Release
No replications so far.
The following format can be used to reference a replication:
[Start date YYYY-MM-DD, Location, Product version, Link to a page showing some documentation of the replication process or results]
Replace this text with a DevTemplate. A DevTemplate is a table linking to the necessary documentation for the product version. It can be created in two ways:
- embedded as a Google sheet, see Development_Spreadsheet_Template or
- insterted as a Wiki-based table, see Template:Devtemplate.
The product ecology shown below is from the Power Cube page and merely serves as an example. Each product has its own context in the product ecology. Delete this text and modify the internal links in the product ecology table below so that this product ecology section is appropriate for the product/version you are describing.
No concrete plan so far (consider using Scrumy or a Critical path.)
Replace this text with more detailed information about the product.
Replace this text with a clear description of the product's working principle.
Replace this text by listing safety considerations.
Replace this text with a BOM (Bill of Materials). To learn how to make a BOM, see How_to_Make_a_BOM.
Replace this text with a Part Library. Go to Part_Library_Template to see what a Part Library should look like.
No bugs identified yet.
See the Discussion tab for general communication regarding this product version.
Replace this text with internal links to OSE wiki pages for meeting logs related to this version of the product.
Active team members
See the meeting log for active team members.
Insert relevant internal links to OSE wiki pages.
Insert external links here.
Remember that there are many ways to do things! Save yourself a lot of trouble by learning the true value of your tools, materials, and techniques!
Common utilities connected to off-site facilities:
- Electrical Power - 120VAC, 60Hz
- Electrical Information - Internet, Phone
- Wave Information - Satellite Internet and Mobile Phone
- Water Flow
- Septic Flow
- Natural Gas
Common major on-site infrastructure:
Key practical stuff to keep in mind:
- Have high-traction, water-draining paths on-site to/from buildings (and other important on-site locations), as well as off-site roads. Otherwise you gonna get stuck in mud.
- Have reliable electrical power, heating, water, septic, and internet service for residential buildings.
- Have a flat concrete floor or similar floor as the ground of the workshop; have large garage doors for the workshop.
Tool and Material Organization
Bending and Forming
Cutting and Grinding
- Table Saw
- Mitre Saw
- Abrasive Saw
- Cold Saw
- Reciprocating Shear
- Hydraulic Shear
- Plasma Cutter
- Oxyacetylene Torch
- Bench Grinder
- Angle Grinder
- Soldering Resources
- Cordless Drill
- Corded Drill
- Drill Press
- Surface Grinder Resources