One to Several Table

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eatured in the March 2014 issue of Make Magazine, the AtFAB One to Several Table’s torsion box construction makes an extremely strong, stable, lightweight table that works equally well as a Maker Bench or Dining Table. Its rotationally symmetrical canted legs provide further stability, while giving the table its dynamic, pre-animate stance. The structure’s flush interlocking joinery, enabled by precise CNC cutting, serves as decorative marquetry on the table surface. Read more at Make on how to download, customize, and make one of your own. Or, have this desk-sized version made to order through the AtFAB Shop or OpenDesk.

 

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he One to Several Table download file found at OpenDesk includes toolpaths for a 30″ deep by 60″ wide desk that is 30” high (750 x 1500 x 750). One desk can be milled from two 4′x8′x¾” sheets of material, and has enough space for two sets of Rotational Stools or a Beside Table. Desk parts are easily fastened together with 32 screws or pegs, and can be further accessorized with a 3D printed Peg & Foot Kit found at AtFAB’s Thingiverse page. Follow the instructions at Make Magazine Online to customize and DIY.

 

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Dimensions
  • Width: 60″ (1500)
  • Depth: 30″ (750)
  • Height: 30″ (750)
Material Requirements
  • 2 4′x8′ Sheets of Material
  • 36 Fasteners
  • Optional Foot & Peg Kit
Shipping Information
  • Approximate Weight: 62lbs
  • Shipping Dimensions: 60″x30″x4.5″
  • Box: ULine S15215 (64″x40″x8″)
Download Information
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