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The model for building the CEB press is based on Community Supported production. This is a general model that we are applying to all of our products. It is like the CSA – Community Supported Agriculture – except that it is Community Supported Manfuacturing. Therefore, we have the possibility of both Permaculture – and Permafacture.
It relies on the collaborative development and funding of the production up front. Then, the buyer receives high quality product at the cost of production.
The collaborative development process takes the development from prototype to product, as mentioned previously. The process continues, however, to the development and building of an optimized production facility. Remember that we are about providing tools for the local economy, and these tools must be the best in order to be competitive. For that reason, we are demonstrating a real production facility as part of our process.
Once the enterprise model is developed, the producer can capture the high value of optimized production and skill.
After a feasible business model is produced, it is put into the public domain. In order to assure that a quality product is made, Product Release Funding is collected to make sure that products meet specifications.