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Hi,I`m dave wilson from scarborough north yorkshire england .I`ve been making furniture for ever now 60 nobus pass .I still don`t understand what people like about flatpack furniture yours dave
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Hey, Dave; welcome, eh!

IKEA concept, Bob. I think the more common expression is `knock-down`.
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flat pack is furniture is self assembly usually made of chipboard or mdf with a plastic veneer it is bought by people who think "I can put this together" only to find instructions in swedish then do what they should have done get a chippy in yours dave
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flat pack is furniture is self assembly usually made of chipboard or mdf with a plastic veneer it is bought by people who think "I can put this together" only to find instructions in swedish then do what they should have done get a chippy in yours dave
The reply made by Jigs looks like a question, but it is actually a link to a web page that gives a very detailed definition of the concept.

I have a classic love/hate relationship with the stuff in general, depending mostly on the piece, price and my needs at the moment. If I get it cheap enough that the materials are worth a lot more than what I'm paying, the fact that it was horribly designed and fell apart doesn't matter, it gives me an opening to get material for free/cheap!

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