The SR-I Wram Processor

The citizenry-market Wram Processor (the Sustenance Replicator I) is a version of the Prefabrication-Matrix designed to process bio-organic material exclusively. The initial Prefabrication-Matrix transforms inanimate matter into new structures by rearranging subatomic particles to form distinct molecules and arranging them into new objects. The SR series, however, deals exclusively with food replication.

The larger citizenry-essential, SR-Prime, negates the need for stocking itemized provisions on Fleet and PAC ships, on bases between the poles, and bases off-world. Its citizenry-market counterpart, the SR-I (retail: The Wram Processor), is popular among the Ninth and the Tenth Gens as it reduces the labor involved in self-prepared meals.


In 2200, the Ninth Gen administration sought to curtail labor strikes led by influential bizaki elders. Third Office of the Committee, Rasa Jyr, called upon corporations to devise ways to sustain productivity in the energy, mining, and manufacturing sector, with new technologies that would allow those industries to operate with little to no labor force. Ninth-Gen CM Lekada Wram, a shareholder in Tib & Wram Constructs, shifted the companies focus in 2202 from bio-genetics to CM Jyr’s new laboring technology cause.

At that time, 17-year-old Velto Wram, also a bizak, entered her Clan’s company as a high-level developer. Milling tharspaxi into tharspin was the work of the bizaki, and the Ramaxian Tharspaxi Consortium lobbied young Wram to consider the implications of such technology eliminating the jobs of future-gen bizaki. Conflicted, Wram proceeded with experimental applied-transphasics but altered her development path; she devised a means to turn base inorganic matter into a complex form.

Wram presented her Prefabrication-Matrix prototype to Tib & Wram Constructs co-owner, Debo Tib. Ninth-Gen Tib, an hizak, believed in the project and, fearing that Lekada Wram would quash it, sold all of her shares in the company to Velto Wram, giving the young developer the authority to act without oversight.

At year’s end, young Wram presented the first Prefabrication-Matrix to the Third Office, in the presence of the Tharspaxi Consortium. Tharspin milled into sizable cubes and then processed through the Prefabrication-Matrix, produced portioned walls, girders, and ballasts for amphibious ships, chassis for transports, and the skeletal-bases for future cyberorganic lifeforms. The Tharspaxi Consortium and CM Jyr praised the Prefabrication-Matrix, as it ushered in a new area of Ramaxian growth.


While creating the Prefabrication-Matrix, young Wram isolated a code from the Femakixirpaxul’s transphasic-processor, a system altered by her Fifth-Gen ancestor Tulux Wram decades before, and used her altered code to create the ‘Collapsible Shield Pill’ for Ramaxian World Oceans.

Velto Wram altered another portion of Tulox Wram’s code to break down simple proteins and reproduce objects from those proteins with complicated quantum structures. Her new Processor converted bulk bio-matter into energy and reformed that energy back into a specific schematic to produce a new organism.

In 2210, while displaying the first Sustenance Replicator to Third Office Jyr and the Foodaxi Industry leaders, young Wram placed a five-pound cube of raw faxuto meat onto the Processor’s conveyor pad. The internal replicator broke down the meat’s amino acids and proteins and reassembled new particles to form neatly butchered faxuto chops. Industry leaders praised the Sustenance Replicator Prime, as it lowered their overhead costs in dispersing bulk goods to the Foodapaxo and Credoopaxi Shops.

In 2212, after Velto Wram left Wram Constructs for a career in politics, the company released the smaller SR-I* (Wram Processor) to the citizenry-market. This scaled-down version of the SR-Prime employed Velto Wram’s original code to create more complex outputs; when fed cubes of various proteins, it produced fully cooked meals from a database of items.

*Velto Wram refused to release the SR-I after creating it, fearing a negative effect on the foodapaxo market. The SR-I release did hurt the foodapaxo industry, forcing many establishments to close their doors due to loss of patronage. The maturing Eleventh Gen entering the workforce revived many foodapaxo locations, but market forecasts predict a future decline when this generation produces donations and relies more on the SR-I.