Furniture Systems - Introduction abc (copy)

To help train an apprentice or up skill a carpenter.

This Course will provide you with the foundation of knowledge required to build a Furniture System by using bite sized informative steps for you to become familiar with. A process to be followed.

Teaching you how to compile Cut Lists that will allow you to have a Furniture System in a Flat Pack Format....

With Assembly Tuition of how to put Cabinets together....

​And install them....​

That will give you or your Customer a Customised Furniture System.

 

Course Format

The Course format will in the order of the required information necessary to build a Furniture System from the  beginning to completion and will be as follows;

Understanding The Cabinets and their Components. 

Two sections have been allocated to this area, necessary as a full understanding is required of the Components of the Furniture System so that when Compiling the Cut Lists you will be completely familiar with the Coded Components. 

Compiling The Cut Lists. 

Myflatpacks uniquely designed Learning process will enable you to see at a glance the relationship between the Components.

The Assembly Process. 

An articulated step by step process and using some methods used in other areas of  Carpentry and applied to the Construction of a Furniture System.

The Installation Process. 

As above.

Introduction (copy)

Introduction

Dimension Codes

Cut List For The Lower Cabinets

Cut List For The Lower Cabinets

Introduction

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Understanding The Cabinets (copy)

The Cabinet

What Identification Code is given to the Door or Doors of a Cabinet

What Identification Code is given to the Back of a Cabinet

What Identification Code is given to the Sides of a Cabinet

How many doors will a Single Cabinet have

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Сombine elements from the left column with the elements on the right
Components C
 
Is the same overall Width and Height of the Cabinet
Component B
 
Are the same size as each other
Components A
 
Are the same size as each other
A Double Cabinet will have
 
These Components are the same Height as the Cabinet
Components D
 
2 Doors

The Facing Up Components, Shelves And Dividers

wall to wall floor to ceiling

Facing Up Components, Shelves And Dividers. At The End Of This Lesson You Should Be Able To Understand The Function Of Components E, F, G, H, I And The Role Of Components J, K And L (copy)

The Facing Up Components, Shelves And Dividers