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Ikea Assembly Wars

big battle over small matters
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Two teams are presented with large two piles of mixed up Ikea components but with no instructions or images of what products these make up into when fully assembled.

The task is for each team to make a viable product out of the pieces. The winning team is the one who completes the task first. Teams have to bargain/exchange/negotiate/battle/deny access to the necessary components.

xenzag, Jun 26 2016

http://everythingfu...ads/2012/04/235.jpg [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jun 26 2016]

Ikea recalls Malm drawers in North America after child deaths http://www.bbc.co.u...s/business-36648589
Useful for those who suffer from children. [8th of 7, Jun 28 2016]


       Does it have to be an item from the catalog, like a bed, table or kitchen unit, or can it be - just as an example, you understand - a trebuchet ? If so, [+].
8th of 7, Jun 26 2016

       I guess there are different versions of this but I think the rigor comes from making a perfectly finished catalogue product.
xenzag, Jun 26 2016

       /different versions/ I like very much the idea of Ikea parts as Legos: building blocks. I have not assembled Ikea stuff. Are the parts standardized one item to the next?
bungston, Jun 26 2016

       // I have not assembled Ikea stuff //   

       Aren't you the lucky one.   

       // Are the parts standardized one item to the next? //   

       Seemingly, they aren't even standardized within the one item ...
8th of 7, Jun 26 2016

       You'd end up with a rickety, unstable assembly that would maybe work OK for a while, but then bits would start to drop off. Oh, wait …
8th of 7, Jun 26 2016

       now you're getting it
xenzag, Jun 26 2016

       Perhaps David Attenborough could host a bio-version of this. Contestants are given a pile of bones, internal organs, muscles and skins, and have to reassemble a real endangered species within the timeframe. Or even within the time.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 26 2016

       We wonder if they do a version that's lethal to cats, too ?   

8th of 7, Jun 28 2016


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