Makerspace Computerized Woodworking: Make an Assembled Flat-Pack Chair

This is an unique opportunity to explore the tool of innovation in the First Floor Makerspace at the 1819 Innovation Hub.


flat pack chair

COMPUTERIZED WOODWORKING:
MAKE AN ASSEMBLED FLAT-PACK CHAIR

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$149 / Two Classes

Instructor: Makerspace staff

In-person at UC 1819 Innovation Hub

All materials and supplies included in class fee.

Learn basic CAD and woodworking skills while creating a flat pack furniture design. Participants will be introduced to Autodesk Fusion 360’s modeling and manufacturing environments as well as basic woodworking and assembly skills while building a functional piece of furniture. This hands-on workshop walks participants step-by-step through the process while imparting best practices and necessary safety information. No woodworking or CNC experience required however computer fluency is expected.


About Your Instructor

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Makerspace Staff

The Makerspace staff is a team of artists, designers, engineers, and visionaries with deep experience in design, prototyping, and DIY making.

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