Start your own qeg production
Fix the World (FTW) would like to encourage the self-starting development of Cottage Industry Community Units (CICU) for the production and distribution of Quantum Energy Generators (QEG). This is an exciting opportunity for individuals and communities who are eager to take the initiative and provide QEG’s to people in their local areas. FTW will be available to assist CICU start ups where needed through consulting services and the launch of a global CICU start up training program. (coming soon summer of 2014).
As an example, a CICU for QEG production would need a business operator who could order raw materials to be delivered to the engineers that could work on assembling them in a local workshop or warehouse. Then, the business operator could sell the QEG’s to community members, and have them hand delivered and installed in homes or businesses by local QEG-trained electricians. This concept can be replicated in communities around the world. FTW does not intend to be the sole manufacturer of the QEG, rather it is our top priority to put the QEG in the hands of the people and teach others how to make QEGs for themselves in their own chosen independent operational set up. Below is a checklist of CICU startup guidelines that we would suggest based on our own experience in our own QEG production done in the USA.
This list is only a starting point, and it is up to the initiator of the CICU to research what the needs would be according to the geographic, political and commercial culture of the location of the CICU. Guidelines for Starting your own QEG CICU 1) Business Operator- Designate one or two individuals with business operations experience to manage the overall operation of QEG production and distribution. 2) Start up Funding- You’ll need initial funding to purchase materials, pay engineers, buy tools etc. Communities can pool their resources. 3) Engineers and labor- A small team of skilled engineers (one or two) who are willing to build them. Check Keelynet.com or other sources to find a string of engineers who understand these ‘new’ laws of physics, who have dedicated their lives for just the opportunity to do something like this. You will also need to find people to perform the other tasks associated with the entire QEG production and delivery process and establish a form of value exchange for their labor. 4) Space to Build- A workshop, garage or warehouse to produce QEG’s. Some place with adequate privacy would work best. 5) Shipping Arrangements- Shipment of assembled QEG’s may be difficult and it is advised that they be hand delivered and installed locally. The parts for QEG’s will most likely be shipped in from many different sources, establishing a business shipping account may be helpful to keep your cost of production down. 6) Supply Chain for Materials- You’ll have to establish the best sources for each of the QEG components. We have provided a parts list in the manual and listed some of our sources to help. This includes a supplier to cut the core parts to spec. (laser precision cutting of steel and lamination) and a toroidal-winding machine or service that can do a custom winding job for a large core. 7) Workshop Tools- Here is a short list of some suggested tools to have for QEG production and testing. -Drill Press -Oscilloscope -Digital Multimeter -Strobe or contact tachometer -Kilovolt Probe -Basic Mechanics hand tools -Micrometer 6" caliper 8) Delivery and Installation- You’ll need a small network of electricians that can be trained to install and deliver QEGs (relatively simple process) plus a generator converter switch to hook up to the main power supply of the house. 9) Customer Base- Establish a customer list of friends, neighbors and family who will be your customers. Word of mouth will spread fast. 10) Processing Sales- A system of cashflow that allows you to process transactions for receiving payment and paying suppliers and workers. Also consider a policy of some sort according to your own community guidelines for returns or product servicing. 11) Sponsorship Programs- For those who might not be able to afford a QEG, consider creating a sponsorship program for donating QEG’s or crowdfunding QEG’s. 12) Word of Mouth Advertising- A network to communicate with your customer base. This will spread by word of mouth and by social media. 13) Protection- According to the political culture in the area of the CICU, establish a plan of protection to prevent QEG theft or confiscation. 14) Networking with other CICU’s- At the time of drafting this document, there are approximately 200 potential CICU’s in over 30 countries. It is important for CICU’s to communicate with each other to share knowledge and supply leads for best pricing. FTW GIVE BACK PROPOSAL FOR CICU’S For any person or CICU that is involved in the manufacturing, sale and distribution of a QEG we would like to offer them the opportunity to give back to the Fix the World Organization. This is not a requirement by any means, but is a free will choice. We have experienced the generosity of humanity enough to trust that enough people will choose to give back to help us bring forward the next planet changing project. A give back agreement can be established between any person or CICU and FTW that basically states that for every QEG that is sold or produced, a good faith dollar amount will be donated to FTW. This dollar amount can be whatever the manufacturer chooses and can change as needs change. It is open and flexible. As an example of this concept, Alaffia Fair Trade and Community Empowerment produces a soap called “Every Day Shea”. On their label it reads: 10% of all our sales is donated to fund Alaffia community projects, including: Bicycles For Education, Maternal Health Care and Reforestation. Each project has a specific description of what they are doing to help humanity. A similar arrangement can be created for example: 10% of the sale of QEG’s is donated to FTW projects including: Innovative Healing Technologies, Environmental Clean Up, Organic Food Supply, etc. FTW is a services organization for humanitarian projects. The launch of QEG distribution is our pilot project. We currently have over 60 humanitarian projects collected that we would like to implement in the future. For example, one of our next intended projects includes amazing discoveries in healing that could cure people of terminal ‘incurable’ illnesses. If you would like to establish a FTW QEG Giveback Agreement please Click Here. FTW QEG CONSULTING Do you need help with your QEG plans? FTW will be offering consulting services to assist with QEG and CICU start ups. James Robitaille, the QEG inventor will be available for technical consulting and Hope Girl will be available for business operations related consulting. Consultation via skype: For any questions related to the QEG that can be answered over phone or email. Cost: $300 for up to one hour, $5 per minute over one hour. Payment due at time of booking. On-site consulting for one week: On-site, hands-on training of engineers and business operators involved in local QEG production given by the Engineering Artist James Robitaille and HopeGirl. Learn how to assemble your QEGs to ensure that they work properly, and learn how to effectively sell them, distribute them, install them, and service them. Also, learn how to create sponsorship programs and crowdfunding campaigns to make them more affordable to members of your community. Cost: Please contact us for a quote including travel expenses. Must be booked 3 months in advance to ensure proper lead time for materials. If you would like to book us for our consulting services please click here. QEG CICU TRAINING PROGRAM INSTITUTE The goal of FTW is to establish a global training program for QEG CICU start up and development. This training program would be funded by initial pre-order sales of QEGs and would consist of train-the-trainer programs to establish a robust team of engineers and business operators that can assist the CICUs that will be developing around the globe.