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How to apply a chair-fold in origami
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chair-fold in origami

 

 

This page is for those who want the instructions to apply a chair-fold in origami.

Chair-fold is a folding technique being widely used for origami furniture such as chair, table, and bed.



The instruction is shown below. Just click on "Ascend" button. You will be given a step-by-step guide how to apply a fold. If you miss a step, then just click on "Descend" button to go back to the previous step.

If the screen is blank, just wait until it shows a message saying "Are you ready to get started?". If you find any bugs on this instruction, please send an email toemail.

If you are ready now, let's have a fun learning to apply a chair-fold in origami.

 

 









A chair-fold is an advanced folding technique. It consist of one diagonal valley-fold, 90 degrees valley and mountain-folds. This technique is used for making a 3D object consist with 2D flat surfaces.

 

origami star box: front side of paper

A typical crease-pattern for chair-fold is shown on the left.

When we say a chair-fold, it means applying both left chair-fold and right chair-fold.

But sometimes, you need to apply either left chair-fold or right chair-fold.

Let's apply a chair-fold here!

origami star box: back side of paper

This is the folded-model after applying the chair-fold.

 

origami star box: back side of paper

Here we want to apply a right chair-fold only.

 

origami star box: back side of paper

The result is shown on the left.

 

origami star box: back side of paper

Or we can apply a left chair-fold only.

 

origami star box: back side of paper

This is the result after applying the left chair-fold.

 

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How To Apply A Chair-fold In Origami
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