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Parametric lasercuttable Box

by peteruithoven, published

Parametric lasercuttable Box by peteruithoven Jul 26, 2012

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Parametric lasercuttable Box made in OpenSCAD.
You can preview it in 3D or lay everything flat and export the lasercuttable parts.
You can change the following values according to your preference:

  • width, height, depth
  • material thickness
  • offset for the width of the lasercutter cutting line.
  • bolt width, bolt length, nut width, nut height

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You can change the following values according to your preference:

  • width, height, depth
  • material thickness
  • offset for the width of the lasercutter cutting line.
  • bolt width, bolt length, nut width, nut height

Run the assembly3D module to view it 3D.
Run the export module, export and render (F6), Export as DXF, lasercut.

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I am still using these functions in many projects, I'll need to document them properly and send some links. Does the license allow me to use your functions in my own files that I distribute (accredited to you of course)?

Cool that you are using the design. I've changed the license to attribution only, this should make sure you can legally use it in your own project. Even if the project is commercial.

Thanks you're a star. So far I am not selling anything but maybe I might in the future so that's very handy. Thanks again!

Thanks for making this design. I've used it for my project "The Most Annoying Machine". http://hackaday.io/project/4333-the-most-annoying-machine

I have also used a more heavily modified version of it for my arcade raspberry pi thing but I don't have a page for that on the internet just.

Thanks again, this file has been incredibly useful to me :)

Awesome, very cool project ;)

Hey Peter, Great stuff.

But I stumbled on your "thingy" looking for a way to go from Openscad to the lasercutter... Any hints on that?

Great! Thanks for sharing such tool!

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