Request and download our digital file, free to anyone!
Using a CNC router to cut the chair pieces. Get as many as six chairs from one standard sheet of plywood.
Use a mallet to gently tap the pieces together.
A handle built into the leg for easy carrying.
We designed special joinery so the pieces just snap together. Just bang it together with a rubber mallet, no fasteners necessary.
Our seat is textured so students won’t slip off while they’re rocking.
We offer three different sizes, but if a child is in between the sizes, we provide guiding marks on the legs so you can saw them off to be the correct size.
By using an old tennis ball or lacrosse ball, we offer active sitting on the cheap.
Teach kids how a computer files can be turned into a chair.
You’ll get an email from us with a link to the CNC router files and other helpful resources for building your own ButtOn Chair.
ButtOn chairs are patented. They are not to be sold and cannot be reproduced for profit.