As we are setting up the makerspace in Riverside, we thought why not design some furniture which is going to be used specifically in the space. So, we designed a set of low tables and some storage units for keeping powered tools and material.
We wanted to show kids the sort of things you can create with a CNC mill and the different types of joineries and assemblies which can be achieved. When using high tables it becomes difficult to keep all the things around. The idea behind making the low tables was to provide kids with extra space around them while they sit on the floor and do their activities. These tables are really easy to assemble and can be put together in matter of minutes.
I’ll be sharing the schematics of the tables either through instructables or through the blog.
A timelapse of milling