Mill table: Open-source furniture design (Woodwork)
When you think about the word open-source, it might give you the impression that it applies to software only with projects like Blender. But, the concept goes way beyond that and involves physical objects like furniture. An example is the Mill Table from Giorgio Gibiino. He and the team from StudioGIB develop open-source designs by sharing the entire process on their Github page.
They use Blender to display the detailed sheets necessary to build the Mill table.
You can download and keep track of the entire process by visiting the first link of this article.
If you plan to start working with Blender for woodwork designs, it is a great example and reference material. With the aid of Add-ons such as MeasureIt ARCH, you have a powerful tool to create presentations of your designs.
Using Blender for architecture
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