Computer-cut rocking stool can be made anywhere and is constructed in seconds

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Flatpack goods are meant to make installing new furniture easy for homeowners, but they can often be more hassle than they're worth, especially when they're made of cheap materials. Fabsie is enabling customers to purchase a locally-made flatpack stool from anywhere – or even cut it themselves – and assemble it in seconds. The London-based startup, founded by James McBennett and Karleung Wai, has launched the stool – titled This Stool Rocks – on Kickstarter, where backers can pay to have one of the pieces cut by a furniture maker local to them with access to CNC machines. Currently, Fabsie…

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