The missing screw

October 2003
Cabinet Maker;10/3/2003, Issue 5358, p15
Trade Publication
Provides tips to assemble flatpack furniture. Use of sensors and lights to guide offending bits of wood together; Factors affecting the complexity of flatpack furniture; Time spent in performing assembly procedures. INSET: Four fitting components.


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