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  • 5 Differences by Martin Risseeuw

    Initial project import!

    • Added file Flat_pattern_-_book_wrapper_2_w_logo.dxf to the repository
    • Added file back_pannel.DXF to the repository
    • Added file front_pannel.DXF to the repository
    • Added file side_pannel.DXF to the repository
    • Added file side_pannel__2_.DXF to the repository

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Fabschoolino Box

The Fabschoolino is an Arduino compatable device designed especially for the FabSchool! And what better way to present it that a home grown box?The Fabschoolino box is a simple design. Made from five laser cut parts, it's book insipired mechanism is simplier and sturdier than trying to lasercut latches.You can take these files and scale them to any project you want (watch out, make sure you don't scale the 'kerf' pattern on the spine, but rather duplicate it to ensure the cover can bend).

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The Fabschoolino is an Arduino compatable device designed especially for the FabSchool! And what better way to present it that a home grown box?

The Fabschoolino box is a simple design. Made from five laser cut parts, it’s book insipired mechanism is simplier and sturdier than trying to lasercut latches.

You can take these files and scale them to any project you want (watch out, make sure you don’t scale the ’kerf’ pattern on the spine, but rather duplicate it to ensure the cover can bend).

The process
The process for achieving a working kerf pattern was a difficult one, initial tests were far too stiff, I then overshot it and went far too weak, the final solution turned out to be give the kerf a lot more space (making the curve more gental) and to make the area that is cut out more than one laser width (~0.1mm) but not by much. test

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