Welcome to Documentation
This is the big idea.
We communicate directly with hospitals that are most effected by the pandemic. They let us know a ball park figure of how many units are needed.
We then take that information and display it on the home page of relevium.tech.
Donar’s can view which hospital are currently prioritized and can donate funding to the hospital needs by purchasing a job order.
Funds are allocated to the 3D printing production line.
The 3D Printing Nation Wide Production Line:
Every 3D printing vendor has a unique production capacity. For e.g. It could be a friend of mine that has one or two 3D printing units or it can be a 3D printing professional that has 15 gnarly 3d printers that can hack out 100’s of units a week.
To solve this problem. We have integrated a special feature that allows the 3D printer to control its own production capacity.
Simply put. The 3D printer can input a “Stock Quantity” and when donors have purchased the “stock quantity” limit, the 3D printer will then automatically be taken off the production line since he has reached his production capacity.
We hope that this system ill produce and allocate the resources needed to hospitals in the most efficient way.
The Hospital Demand Line:
Since hundreds of 3d printers will be at work simultaneously to fill a demand for a hospital and once the donors have purchased enough jobs for the 3d printers to fulfill that hospital need, the 3d printers jobs for that hospital need will be taken off the site for purchase.
The next Hospital in line , Hospital B will be issued the resources next and will be fulfilled by the available 3D printers that are currently not at capacity. This goes on until this is hopefully over some time soon.