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The CEB Story - To Build a Village - Open Source Ecology



Here we describe our adventures with building to date, as we are developing open source equipment for all the tasks. This is towards creating the world's first replicable, post-industrial village.

http://openfarmtech.org/weblog/?p=485


We are looking for people who are interested in building the world's first replicable open source self-sufficient decentralized permaculture village - to transcend survival and evolve to freedom.

Read more at http://www.OpenFarmTech.org

Visit our myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/OpenSourceEcology

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Автор Francesco Cardi (1 год)
http://opensourceecology.org/

Open Source Ecology is a network of farmers, engineers, and supporters that
for the last two years has been creating the Global Village Construction
Set, an open source, low-cost, high performance technological platform that
allows for the easy, DIY fabrication of the 50 different Industrial
Machines that it takes to build a sustainable civilization with modern
comforts. The GVCS lowers the barriers to entry into farming, building, and
manufacturing and can be seen as a life-size lego-like set of modular tools
that can create entire economies, whether in rural Missouri, where the
project was founded, in urban redevelopment, or in the developing world.

Автор techtipsforparents (5 лет)
Would this sort of building work in any region of the US or does the type
of earth play a major role? I would imagine in areas where the earth is
hard clay it would work well but in areas with sandy, loose earth it would
not. WHat have you found to be true in your research?

Автор HeavyDemir (3 года)
How much clay is ideal for the bricks ?

Автор missourigal69 (2 года)
Im in SW Mo....all rock, packed in red clay down here...Y'all have better
soil up there.

Автор Jamie Braly (5 лет)
only 134 views for something this amazing? GUess everyone is watching
American Idol. Good stuff guys. Where is your location? I'd like to visit

Автор xntrik52556 (3 года)
NW Missouri? Then you're going to want some thermal insulation on the
outside of the structure. Compressed earth block is fine when there are
large temperature swings between night and day, like spring and fall in the
Midwest. But, when the temperature swings are hot and hotter or cold and
colder, as it is in summer and winter, the thermal performance is terrible.

Автор poepflater (3 года)
@marcinose Here in south africa in days of old, houses had floors made from
cow manure, look it up, its nothing like what you think like, its solid and
smooth.

Автор Andreas Goelzer (4 года)
I wish you the best of luck for your project. It does seem to be a lot of
work to get some bricks, i guess buying them would require a lot less work.

Автор kritikalmass7 (2 года)
very cool! open source economy, open source ecology, great concepts! glad i
came across your stuff.

Автор Donn Buchfinck (4 года)
I have been looking around and I have seen that the bigger machines that
produce blocks are really two machines. One that the material is dumped
into by a loader and then it prepares the material as to breaking it down
and then transports it by conveyor to the block making machine at the
proper rate so the hopper does not get clogged. That is what makes the
machines so efficient.

Автор joshwand (3 года)
What about an elevator to load the hopper? Then you'd just have to move the
earth longitudinally with shovels or a front-end loader onto the
elevator... you could load the earth onto a horizontal belt feeding the
elevator to have more surface area to work with. You could also stick a
rotary mixer at the top of the elevator, too, to make the earth uniform.

Автор The88Nomad (11 месяцев)
Your voice is great. I watch your videos, every night, because I want to be
lulled to sleep...

Автор Jamie Braly (5 лет)
Questions... floors for your dwellings? Surely not living on dirt.... and
what about a Stuco or adobe like covering for the inside and outside of the
bricks? Wouldnt that not only be more pleasing to look at, but provide more
support?

Автор ANTONY FANAT (3 года)
wow!

Автор MrPotatoesLatkie (4 года)
@hotapplepie2009 Hey, telling someone that type of thing seems completly
out of place with this type of video. It's inspiring, but different from
what most people today would consider normal, so scepticism is normal. Be
considerate and, positive.

Автор MrPotatoesLatkie (4 года)
@9z87z89 Nothing wrong with hard work.! It's much better than sitting
around and, one can learn a lot. The point is to be able to live outside
the system. They make their own machines and, their own building materials.

Автор ultan gannon (8 месяцев)
Sounds like Sagan.

Автор Garrett Monie (1 год)
A wild Maker used Back Hoe. .... Its Super Effective

Автор Marc (5 лет)
Why not straw bales for walls covered in earthen stucco? Seems like an
easier proccess and more insulation for the effort.

Автор Torro Crash (3 года)
genial, me gustaria tener mas datos, soy de culiacan sinaloa.

Автор grogros69 (1 год)
Have you considered making a conveyor to feed the hopper in the brick
press, and loading the conveyor with a larger hopper and your backhoe? If
you did so, your production rate would be much higher, which would then
justify either larger bricks, or a double interlocked layer, which would
make your structure much easier to erect, and much stronger because wider
walls are more resistant to lateral forces.

Автор menonfire12 (3 года)
Oh this proyect is so cool, so cool!

Автор oc (4 года)
A steel building may well be easier and quicker to put up... but it
wouldn't fit so well into the concept of a sustainable post-industrial
structure. Compared to the materials being used in the video, steel is
energy intensive, expensive (will be more scarce in the future) and doesn't
adapt as well to the natural environment in terms of internal climate
control, amongst other things.

Автор José Font (9 месяцев)
This is so GREAT you guys did something very nice. Thank

Автор Donn Buchfinck (4 года)
And to be truthful, the apocalyptic Mr. Rodgers voice over needs some work.
The world hasn't come to an end quite yet. Great stuff though. Can't wait
to see what you have come up with next.

Автор cloudTheory (3 года)
youre a great narrator

Автор Romano Morittu (1 год)


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