Facet Chair Legs

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Facet Chair Legs by OpenDesign Nov 11, 2012
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Machined out of oak, on a CNC. These chair legs were inspired by designer Phil Cuttance and his faceture project.

The legs use the 'An Open Invitation to Design' knuckle/join so they can be attached to any other object that uses the same system.

They are 450mm high and 25mm thick at the knuckle.

Cutting time was 4.5 hours with no hand finishing required.

See http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:34077 for the story behind these chair legs.

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