http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
TAFELMES 6.0
http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
Olivier Denolf / Eva Bens
2u€50
http://tafelmes2011.blogspot.com/
ASSEMBLY MANUAL
http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
BILL OF MATERIAL
- wood 270x60x80
-metal square rod 10x10x70
- metal square rod 10x10x80
- metal plate 2x180x90
- knife
- ...
1
DRAW a line onto the wooden block by
following the line of your arm. Starting from this
line you have to draw the profil...
2
Drill the holes where velcro strips need to
come. And sand them to finish
/
15 min
Drill, sandpaper
/
0
€0
TAFELMES 6.0
...
3
SAW the contours drawn in step 1 and 2.
Theeasiest way of doing that is with a bandsaw.
/
10 min
bandsaw
/
0
€0
TAFELMES...
4
Mill a slot of 10 mm of depth in th bottom
front of the support. This slot must be 35 mm
long. For doing this you need t...
5
finish by sanding the wooden support and
give it a few layers of varnish for an extra
smooth finish and for protecting t...
6
turning of the square metal rod. Do this
by following the dimensions shown in figure 2.
Figure 2
10 min
lathe, chisel
Sq...
7
Drill 2 4mm holes into the end of the rod
that is still square. Create a countersink.
Figure 2
5 min
Drill, countersink
...
8
grind the back of the rod till it’s rounded.
Figure 2
5 min
Grindingmachine
/
0
€0
TAFELMES 6.0
Metal knife holder
9
draw the desired shape onto th steel plate
something like shown in figure 4. Don’t be afraid
to adapt this to your own h...
10
bend the metal plate 85 degrees with a
radius of approximately 20mm. This can easily
be done with a vise and a piece of...
11
Drill the hole as shown on figure 4
Figure 4
10 min
drill
/
0
€0
TAFELMES 6.0
Metal knife holder
12
weld the steel rod onto the bended steel
plate. Do this under the right angle adapted to
the user. Clean up with a grin...
13
bend the steel rod 85 degrees with a radius
of 22mm. The easiest way of doing this is with a
vise and hammer. To be abl...
14
grind to get rid of excess material and to
give it a smoother look. It should look like the
drawing in figure 3.
Figure...
15
Drill 2 holes with a diameter of 3,5 mm.
These holes should be at the same distance as
the holes in the lemmet of the k...
16
weld this part onto the bended steel plate
of step 13
and grind of excess material.
Figure 6
15 min
Welding machine, gr...
17
grind a small sloth into the piece you just
welded. The sloth needs a thickness to fit the
knife. (± 2 mm) And the dept...
18
Drill 2 holes with diameter 7 mm in the plate
above the holes in the square rod. These are
necessary to be able to scre...
19
separate the lemmet of the knife from its
wood of the handle.
And cut off the excess parts. You
only need around 45 mmo...
20
Place the knife into the sloth
and fix it with the screws
/
15 min
screwdriver
ScrewsM4
2
€0,50
TAFELMES 6.0
Metal knif...
21
Paint the metal knife holder in the colour of
your choice. Make sure to use paint suitable for
metal. Cover the knife w...
22
fix the metal knife holder onto the wooden
supportby screwing the two parts together
/
5min
screwdriver
screws
2
€0,50
...
23
Pull the two velcro straps through the holes
in the wooden support. Making sure they are
long enough makes it easier to...
TECHNICAL ADDENDUM
http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
Figure 1
Line drawn by following the curve of your arm
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
Figure 5
Figure 6
TEAM CONTACTS
http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
JOS.DESIGN@GMAIL.COM
TEL +32 0 00 00 00
JOS. DESIGN@GMAIL.COM
TEL +32 0 00 00 00
JOS.ERGO @GMAIL.COM
TEL +32 0 00 00 00
JO...
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  1. 1. http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
  2. 2. TAFELMES 6.0 http://designforeveryone.howest.be/ Olivier Denolf / Eva Bens 2u€50 http://tafelmes2011.blogspot.com/
  3. 3. ASSEMBLY MANUAL http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
  4. 4. BILL OF MATERIAL - wood 270x60x80 -metal square rod 10x10x70 - metal square rod 10x10x80 - metal plate 2x180x90 - knife - 2 velcro straps - 2 screws M4 - 2 screws - varnish - spray paint TAFELMES 6.0 15 10 5
  5. 5. 1 DRAW a line onto the wooden block by following the line of your arm. Starting from this line you have to draw the profile of the wooden support. Do this similar to the drawing of figure 1. Don’t forget to draw the holes for the velcro strip. Figure 1 3 min pencil Wooden block 210x60x80 1 €7 TAFELMES 6.0 Wooden support
  6. 6. 2 Drill the holes where velcro strips need to come. And sand them to finish / 15 min Drill, sandpaper / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Wooden support
  7. 7. 3 SAW the contours drawn in step 1 and 2. Theeasiest way of doing that is with a bandsaw. / 10 min bandsaw / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Wooden support
  8. 8. 4 Mill a slot of 10 mm of depth in th bottom front of the support. This slot must be 35 mm long. For doing this you need to put the support in a locked position. / 15 min Mill, something to fix the support / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Wooden support
  9. 9. 5 finish by sanding the wooden support and give it a few layers of varnish for an extra smooth finish and for protecting the wood. / 30 min Sandpaper,brush varnish 0 €5 TAFELMES 6.0 Wooden support
  10. 10. 6 turning of the square metal rod. Do this by following the dimensions shown in figure 2. Figure 2 10 min lathe, chisel Squaremetal rod 1 €2 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  11. 11. 7 Drill 2 4mm holes into the end of the rod that is still square. Create a countersink. Figure 2 5 min Drill, countersink / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  12. 12. 8 grind the back of the rod till it’s rounded. Figure 2 5 min Grindingmachine / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  13. 13. 9 draw the desired shape onto th steel plate something like shown in figure 4. Don’t be afraid to adapt this to your own hand and grindthe plate into the right shape. Figure 4 15 min Grindingmachine, pencil Steel plate 2mmthick 1 €5 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  14. 14. 10 bend the metal plate 85 degrees with a radius of approximately 20mm. This can easily be done with a vise and a piece of wood rounded with a radius of 20mm. Figure 4 5 min Vise, hammer / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  15. 15. 11 Drill the hole as shown on figure 4 Figure 4 10 min drill / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  16. 16. 12 weld the steel rod onto the bended steel plate. Do this under the right angle adapted to the user. Clean up with a grinding machine if necessary Figure 6 15 min Welding machine, grinding machine / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  17. 17. 13 bend the steel rod 85 degrees with a radius of 22mm. The easiest way of doing this is with a vise and hammer. To be able to create the right radiususe a piece of would that is rounded. Figure 3 15 min Vise, hammer Squaremetal rod 1x1x70mm 1 €2 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  18. 18. 14 grind to get rid of excess material and to give it a smoother look. It should look like the drawing in figure 3. Figure 3 15 min Welding machine, grinding machine / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  19. 19. 15 Drill 2 holes with a diameter of 3,5 mm. These holes should be at the same distance as the holes in the lemmet of the knife. In our case this is a distance of 20mm. And thread these holes with a M4 tap Figure 3 20 min Drill, tap / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  20. 20. 16 weld this part onto the bended steel plate of step 13 and grind of excess material. Figure 6 15 min Welding machine, grinding machine / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  21. 21. 17 grind a small sloth into the piece you just welded. The sloth needs a thickness to fit the knife. (± 2 mm) And the depth of the slot should be 10 mm. 5 min Grindingmachine / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  22. 22. 18 Drill 2 holes with diameter 7 mm in the plate above the holes in the square rod. These are necessary to be able to screw the metal knife holder onto the wooden support. 10 min drill / 0 €0 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  23. 23. 19 separate the lemmet of the knife from its wood of the handle. And cut off the excess parts. You only need around 45 mmof the handle. / 5 min Hammer, chisel knife 1 €15 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  24. 24. 20 Place the knife into the sloth and fix it with the screws / 15 min screwdriver ScrewsM4 2 €0,50 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  25. 25. 21 Paint the metal knife holder in the colour of your choice. Make sure to use paint suitable for metal. Cover the knife with some paper tape to make sure you don’t paint the knife itself. / 10 min painting + time to dry / spraypaint 0 €9 TAFELMES 6.0 Metal knife holder
  26. 26. 22 fix the metal knife holder onto the wooden supportby screwing the two parts together / 5min screwdriver screws 2 €0,50 TAFELMES 6.0 assembling
  27. 27. 23 Pull the two velcro straps through the holes in the wooden support. Making sure they are long enough makes it easier to close them. Don’t fix them so you can take them out again to clean the knife. / 2 min / Velcrostraps 2 €10 TAFELMES 6.0 assembling
  28. 28. TECHNICAL ADDENDUM http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
  29. 29. Figure 1 Line drawn by following the curve of your arm
  30. 30. Figure 2
  31. 31. Figure 3
  32. 32. Figure 4
  33. 33. Figure 5
  34. 34. Figure 6
  35. 35. TEAM CONTACTS http://designforeveryone.howest.be/
  36. 36. JOS.DESIGN@GMAIL.COM TEL +32 0 00 00 00 JOS. DESIGN@GMAIL.COM TEL +32 0 00 00 00 JOS.ERGO @GMAIL.COM TEL +32 0 00 00 00 JOS.CLIENT @GMAIL.COM TEL +32 0 00 00 00 http://designforeveryone.howest.be/

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