Wood Cut Box
by 10FilipekM, published
A box made from cuts from a 2D laser printer, then glued together.
In order to make the box, I simply cut out the pattern generated from http://boxmaker.rahulbotics.com/ and rastered it using 600 DPI, with 50 speed, 100 power, with vector cutting at 40 speed, 100 power, and 500 frequency. This is however, not recommended, for it will take about an hour to raster and cut everything. Therefore, it is recommended to change the DPI to a lower setting and adjust the settings.
Once finished, simply glue together using wood glue.
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