Parts Kit for Furniture


#1

The other day someone asked about how to assemble a model of a piece of furniture from a “kit of parts.” I’m not sure if this is what he had in mind or not. :smiley:

FWIW, the dining chair was designed by Michael Fortune. I did the original SketchUp model for plans which I created in LayOut.


#2

Just needs some Testors glue and paint!


#3

Can you even get Testor’s glue anymore? I miss that smell. :smiley:


#4

I bet you can! I’ll look for it next time kids and I go to get art supplies.


#5

Reminds me of the “airfix” plane kits we used to buy as kids. Glue everywhere and they never got painted. Those pesky tabs took some getting off too. :smiley:


#6

Yep. I had a lovely model of a DC-3 for years. It was stored in a box.One day I looked in the box and the thing had disintegrated back into it’s component parts. Most of the glue joints had failed. :frowning:


#7

Oh man! This could be a million dollar idea, right here! Take it home and glue it together, or just hang it on the wall as a piece of art!


#8

Call it Sprue Seating!!