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C192 NOMAD TINY SHIPPING CONTAINER HOME

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Over 30 Expandable dining set. This is a great collection of options and not all are forsmall homes. Some are beautiful tables in themselves.

Over 30 Expandable dining set. This is a great collection of options and not all are forsmall homes. Some are beautiful tables in themselves.

Hobby Desk Plans - Workshop Solutions Projects, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

Hobby Desk Plans - Workshop Solutions Projects, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

plywood kitchen.

plywood kitchen.

flat pack table. This would be great for a tiny house.

flat pack table. This would be great for a tiny house.

Pack Series by TakeHomeDesign is a flat-packed bar stool design available in two heights

Pack Series by TakeHomeDesign is a flat-packed bar stool design available in two heights

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Origami furniture www.nasibov.me #creative #interior #inspiration #architecture #awesome #design #graphicdesign #designer #furniture #like #follow #house #modern #berlin #newyork #home #symbol #designer #minimal #minimalism #like4like #follow4follow

flat packed

flat packed

There is a catch. Shipping containers are really narrow. #containerhome…

There is a catch. Shipping containers are really narrow. #containerhome…

From SketchUp to CNC Fabrication by phooddaniel - This video series shows how to get from CAD, to CAM, to a CNC fabricated product.  The tools we will be using are SketchUp for CAD,  CamBam for CAM, Mach3 for gcode reading/CNC control, and a CNC router (greenBull from BuildYourCNC.com) for part fabrication. http://www.instructables.com/id/From-SketchUp-to-CNC-Fabrication/

From SketchUp to CNC Fabrication by phooddaniel - This video series shows how to get from CAD, to CAM, to a CNC fabricated product. The tools we will be using are SketchUp for CAD, CamBam for CAM, Mach3 for gcode reading/CNC control, and a CNC router (greenBull from BuildYourCNC.com) for part fabrication. http://www.instructables.com/id/From-SketchUp-to-CNC-Fabrication/