• Table

    XYZ Table by Till Wolfer and N55

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    Open Design furniture can come in many forms, though currently we see many peices focusing on CNC milled plywood furniture and it doesn’t have to be that way. The XYZ Table was designed by artist and designer Till Wolfer with the Danish artist collective N55 and is a perfect example of open design that is trying to explore what is possible. Instead of focusing on digital fabrication, they are instead focusing on avilable and standarized materials to create a table that evokes Rietvelds furniture by embracing the joinery, pieces and planes.

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    For more details and plans, go to: Till Richter

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    APTEK Stool

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    The APTEK Stool was designed by Dopludo Collective for the APTEK Bar and is part of the APTEK Series which includes this stool, a table and a chair. All of the pieces in this series are built using pressure fit construction and do not require any tools or glue. Also, the plans which they have released can be built using a CNC or a laser cutter, because they are all simple profile cuts.

    Download Plans Here

     

     

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    APTEK Table

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    The APTEK Table was designed by Dopludo Collective for the APTEK Bar and is part of the APTEK Series which includes this table, a stool and a chair. All of the pieces in this series are built using pressure fit construction and do not require any tools or glue. Also, the plans which they have released can be built using a CNC or a laser cutter, because they are all simple profile cuts.

    Download Plans Here

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    APTEK Chair

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    The APTEK Chair was designed by Dopludo Collective for the APTEK Bar and is part of the APTEK Series which includes this chair, a stool and a table. All of the pie in this series are all pressure fit construction and do not require any tools or glue to build. Also, the plans which they have released can be built using a CNC or a laser cutter, because they are all simple profile cuts.

     

    Download Plans Here

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    Rotational Stools

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    The Rotational Stools are a complementary pair that share common proportions (15″ tall x 9.5″ square) and variations on a rotational structure. They function equally well as low stools or as side tables – individually, in pairs, or in aggregate. A pair of Rotational Stools requires one fourth of a 4’x8′ sheet of plywood. You can make 8 stools from a single sheet of plywood, or nest parts into unused areas of plywood, as you’re cutting other projects.

    For the plans and more details visit: AtFab.co

    Dimensions: height: 381mm, length: 241mm, width: 241mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): ¼ sheet

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

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    Beside Table

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    The Beside Table is a low side table with a deep storage shelf. Two tables can be milled from a single 4’x8’ sheet, with each comprised of 11 flat, interlocking pieces that are easily constructed and secured with screws, pegs or adhesives. A pair of tables can be constructed from a single 4’x8’ sheet of material. The Beside Table can be accessorised with a 3D printed Peg & Foot Kit, which can be found at AtFAB’s Thingiverse page.

    For the plans and more details visit: AtFab.co

    Dimensions: length: 450mm, height: 405mm, width: 450mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): 1 sheet
    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

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    5-30 Minute Chair by AtFab

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    The Five to Thirty Minute Chair is a multi-purpose side chair, which can be made of almost any sheet material and finished as desired. This is a refined version of an AtFAB design, which has been downloaded and locally fabricated by makers around the world. Two chairs can be milled from a single 4’x8’ sheet, with each comprised of 10 flat, interlocking pieces that are easily constructed and secured with screws, pegs or adhesives.The Five to Thirty Minute Chair can be accessorized with a 3D printed Peg & Foot Kit, which can be found at AtFAB’s Thingiverse page.

    For the plans and more details visit: AtFab.co

    Dimensions: depth: 500mm, seat-height: 486mm, width: 500-1800mm, height: 793mm.
    Cutting sheets (fits on): 1 sheet

    License: Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial

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