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Stool made of curved plywood laths.
This stool was created at ProtoSpace, the Fablab in Utrecht.
- 6mm plywood
- 4 pieces threaded rod (this drawing is based on threaded rod of 8mm thick and 450mm long)
- 8 nuts
- Cut out all parts from the wood with a laser cutter
- Tighten a nut on a piece of threaded rod
- String alternately a wooden ring and a long piece on the threaded rod
- Tighten a nut on the other end of the threaded rod as well to secure the parts
- Do the same for the other three corners of the stool
- Glue the rings with the hexagonal at the bottom rings to cover the nuts
- Glue the circular pieces of wood at the bottom of the legs
- Glue the reinforcements of the seat on the seat
- Place the seat on the nuts at the upper end of the stool
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