Furniture Systems - Introduction

MyFlatpack has developed a Training Course specifically designed to up skill Tradesmen Carpenters in an area that is not in the remit of general Carpentry, and that is building Furniture Systems.

Technology has evolved over many years that it is now common place for Modern Timber Merchants to provide a Cutting Service for timber and board material that makes it a reality to have a bespoke Furniture System in a Flat Pack Format at the most cost effective price.

The advancement of this technology and service has not been matched with training for the personal who are the most qualified to use it, the Carpenter, who may work for himself, a Building Contractor or a specialist providing Trades to the Construction Industry.

Who ever he works for there is a new market that has been created with this Training Program that merges and fully utilises the expertise and service  provided by others that vastly reduce the skill level required and the cost involved of constructing Furniture Systems.

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Above. Wall To Wall and Floor To Ceiling Wardrobe System in a Flat Pack Format.   

Below. The System being Assembled and Fitted. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/embed/QdCJM8iPWek

 

For Construction Professionals And The Professional DIYer

 

The Benefits Of The Product

Don't Just Become A Customer - Become A Business Partner Today And Be A Leader In Your Field

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The Benefits Of Being A Business Partner  

Below you can see the results of using a Cutting Service and the value it brings to the Customer and the financial benefit it brings to a participating Timber Merchant as a Business Partner. Become one just by letting your Customers know of this product and reap the rewards.

Timber Merchants that provide a Cutting Service expertly cut the required Components to size. The above Furniture System is worth approximately €500 to the supplier. Overall, significant sums of money  per order. How can you benefit in your area of business?    

In most cases free local delivery is offered with orders of this expenditure.

  FREE DELIVERY for orders over£100 + VAT  http://www.bctimber.co.uk/services.htm

Orders in excess of £100 are delivered locally free of charge. We offer a cut to size facility for all timber and sheet material requirements  

http://www.barnsleytimber.co.uk/services.htm 

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The Product  

The following demonstration will provide you with the knowledge of how this Furniture System works, the components, their sizes and their relationship with each other, through to compiling a full Cut List. Not only will you be able to do this but you will fully understand  the content and be able to fully utilise the Cutting Service offered by modern Timber Merchants should you chose to do so.

The Assembly and Installation process is every bit as detailed as the demonstration offered using simple English and detailed drawings offering only the required information to match what is being explained.

The practical Assembly and Installation uses many techniques that are used in other areas of Carpentry and applied to this System, some reducing user error, some increasing accuracy,  some decreasing the time taken to do certain tasks and one method ensuring that your doors to the System are perfectly level. Collectively making this Product an Articulated Process.

The uniquely designed Learning Objectives take you through bite sized stages you need to be informed on. After each stage you will be asked questions, the answers of which are what you need to take with you to the next stage. 

By the time you come to compiling your Cut Lists for the demonstrated Wall to Wall And Floor To Ceiling Furniture System you will feel like an expert. An experience that you will have enjoyed rather than an ordeal that you have endured. You will be invited to continue the rest of the Training Program.

We have done our best to make this a pleasant and interesting experience at every stage and in particular with our specifically developed calculating techniques, a visual experience where you will see the results develop in front of your eyes, but more importantly you will understand the outcomes, the hows and the whys. ​

 

Modern Timber Merchants are increasingly providing a Cutting Service. It will not be long before you see:Get Your Bespoke Furniture System Here, All You Need Is A Cut List

This is what is currently on websites of Timber Merchants:

This product, the Training Program now takes Furniture Systems of this nature OUT of the Joinery Industry and INTO the working remit of Carpentry, creating a new Market for Up skilled Tradesmen, Construction Professionals, Timber Merchants and the Professional DIYer who have kept  pace with modern techniques, procedures and services. 

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At The End Of This Lesson You Will Be Able To Identify The Components A, B, C & D And Their Relationship To The Cabinet.

The Cabinet - The Components That Make Up A 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

What Identification Code is given to the Top and Bottom Components of a Cabinet

Match The Answers From The Column On The Right To The Items In The Left Column

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

At The End Of This Lesson You Will Be Able To Identify With The Components And Their Dimension Codes

The Dimension Codes Of The Components

Match The Applicable Statements To Each Other

Сombine elements from the left column with the elements on the right
Each Component has....
 
Identifies the Depth of a Component
A Dimension Code....
 
The A1 Dimension
What will the Overall Width Of A System Determine
 
Identifies a Width, Height or Depth of a Component.
The A1 Dimension will determine the Width of what Component ?
 
Two Dimension Codes.
The A2 Dimension....
 
Component B

The D2 Dimension Determines Which Other Dimensions ? Select All That Apply.

Which Dimension Identifies the Internal Height of the Cabinet

The Door Width Of The Cabinet - The C1 Dimension

Type the answer below in numeric form. Example: "7" would be the correct form - Typing "seven" would show as incorrect.

Type the answer below in numeric form. Example: "7" would be the correct form - Typing "seven" would show as incorrect.

Type the answers below in numeric form. Example: "7" would be the correct form - Typing "seven" would show as incorrect.

At The End Of This Lesson You Will Be Able To Compile A Cut List For A Wall To Wall And Floor To Ceiling Wardrobe System

Compiling A Cut List For The Lower Cabinets

Exercise For Compiling A Cut List For The Lower Cabinets Of A Wall To Wall And Floor To Ceiling System: Room Width: 4690 mm Floor To Ceiling Height: 2645 mm

Compiling The Cut List For The Upper Cabinets

Exercise For Compiling A Cut List For The Upper Cabinets Of A Wall To Wall And Floor To Ceiling System. Room Width: 4690 mm - Floor To Ceiling Height: 2645 mm

At The End Of This Lesson You Will Be Able To Identify The Different Types Of Shelves And Dividers And Their Relationship To Each Other And The Cabinet

Shelves And Dividers

What Depth Is A Shelf ?

Match The Statements To The Applicable Answers

Сombine elements from the left column with the elements on the right
What Depth Is A Shelf ?
 
550mm
What Identification Code Is Given To A Divider ?
 
K
What Depth Is A Divider ?
 
J
What Identification Code Is Given To A Shelf ?
 
580mm
A Divider Is 30mm less Than What ?
 
530mm

At The End Of This Lesson You Will Be Able To Understand The Function Of Components E, F. G, H, And I, The Facing Up Components

The Horizontal And Vertical Facing Up Components

Components E, F and G are described as what Components and their function is ? Select Two Answers From Below.

Where is Component H located and what is its function

Identify The Horizontal Components

Which Facing Up Component Does Not Conceal A Section Of Softwood Timber

Identify The Vertical Facing Up Components

Which Facing Up Components Conceal A Section Of Softwood Timber ? Select All That Apply