woodwork | flat-pack DIY coffee table

Coffee tables are a dime-a-dozen. They come in all colors, shapes, and sizes. The idea behind this particular concept was to figure out a way to make one that would eliminate as much waste as possible, use the least amount of materials, and require the least amount of tools necessary to make it. In essence, this is the goal when it comes to streamlining manufacturing processes.

The table here only requires one sheet of wood for the entire table, and the only waste leftover should be a small pile of sawdust. Its construction requires no screws or hardware, the legs simply slide together and the table rests snugly on top. This allows the table to be quickly set up and put away when space is in high demand.

Coffee anyone?


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