Open design

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This resource is here to promote and create easily accessible and truly open designs, and to allow people to learn by doing along the way.


Things that would be useful to have open designs for might include:

  • A tractor
  • A harvester
  • Seed planters
  • Other farming implements and agricultural equipment
  • Silicon and cheap (organic?... roll to roll?) solar cells
  • Wind turbines
  • Dish washers
  • Clothes washers
  • Clothes dryers
  • Sinks
  • Pipes
  • Shirts
  • Socks
  • Pants
  • Photovoltaics
  • Cars
  • Barns
  • Houses
  • Other buildings and Blue prints
  • Machine tools
  • Manufacturing equipment
  • Electric motors
  • Aeroplanes
  • Heavy equipment
  • Microchips
  • Microphones
  • LCD's
  • Flash memory
  • RAM
  • Amplifiers
  • Those space-foam mattresses
  • Rockets [1] [2]
  • An optimized UHF antenna [3]
  • Vertical farms
  • 3D solar cells
  • Wind generators
  • Skyscrapers
  • E-ink
  • Exercise equipment
  • Blankets

How to get involved[edit]

For the most part, THERE ARE NO WRONG WAYS TO GET INVOLVED so please do what you think would further the goals of this project but more importantly the mission of Wikiversity and Wikimedia as a whole, so long as you adhere to a few basic rules:

  • Be civil towards others (and maybe even considerate, polite, and respectful)
  • Be bold
  • Assume good faith towards others
  • Act in good faith in your contributions

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