"Oh, good, I'd feel really awkward about just dumping grain and soy on people, you gotta have your oats and lentils and whatnot." And then he makes the things.
The government of Ixia would like to give Cam a line of credit, which they are hoping he does not already have and could use to hire people or similar things, to make some more things for them. Jones, as the United Systems' representative, looks like he would have really liked to block that message but has been ordered not to.
"Something wrong?" Cam asks Jones.
"Well, that happens when you suddenly inflate the money supply, so I'll stay out of counterfeiting, but as far as I know suddenly discovering a natural resource does not have this property. Anyway, I feel no strong pull to settle down."
Instead he suggests either a visit to the planet Yod, which is a large planet with close-to-Earth gravity in the ideal solar zone around a remarkably stable star that unfortunately lacks any topsoil or atmosphere whatsoever and is home only to a few speculative mining firms and geologists and the like who can be evacuated and compensated in a jiffy, or to Mars to speed up terraforming for its approximately 2.3 billion citizens. The latter would be more immediately beneficial but the former would be quicker and easier to hear Cam tell it.
Cam can do Yod in a few weeks on his own while somebody gets him suitable specs for thoroughly inhabited Mars. He doesn't want to fuck up the Martian whatever-passes-for-a-climate on bad info.
On the way there, Jones asks about other things the United Systems might like. Patrol ships (armed only with towing equipment) according to these blueprints, large numbers of copies of prefab space station parts and non-terraformed-planet colony infrastructure, empty Gateships that can be loaded up with entanglements and sent on their way to increase the number of connected systems and the number of internal connections, lost historical treasures and artwork...
Sounds right up Cam's alley, all of it!
It's a long string of jumps to Yod, five in total. They stop along the way to add new living space and hydroponics to a space station.
Here is Yod! The mining companies have been bribed off the planet, as well as most of the geologists, but one stubbornly refuses to leave and the United Systems is not going to forcibly remove her.
Cam can go land near her and warn her that things are about to get weird outside, then, but he's pretty sure as long as he knows where she is and she stays indoors she'll be okay.
"...If you would like another Yod, somewhere out of the way, I can do that too. Would you like a mini desktop Yod as a consolation prize in the meantime? Or just whatever samples you were going to fetch, conjured up?"
"...Yeah I can. They sent me to terraform this entire planet by myself, I totally can."
"If you can give me accurate core samples in a systematic grid over a few areas - depth too - with extra focus on one or two spots, I'll be gone in two hours. Map, where's my map..." The map is quickly mailed to Cam's copy of their tablet-things. "Rocky, er, the ship, has space for them, the university gave me a big old cruiser because it was available."
"Sure, just show me where you want 'em," Cam says, looking over the map she sent. Wag wag.
Cam dupes the sample.
And in short order her cargo bay is full of sterile sample containers containing bits of Yod.
Cam gets aloft and starts filling the place with topsoil and water and plants and dumb plant-supporting bugs.
Yes, yes, air too. Air as he goes. At least the place has the gravity to hold it.