CNC Miil Box





Introduction: CNC Miil Box

A small guide to creating a stand for your cutters)

I apologize for the error, english is not my native language ...


- Plywood 4mm - 960*650mm

- Glue for wood D3

Step 1: What Is It For...

My first instruments were stored in a carton box.

When they became a lot I began to spend a lot of time searching for mills.

I've been watching the network for the required I box.
And, in the end, I decided to do it himself.

I Created in CorelDraw drawings, send them to my laser cutter and give hill parts)

Step 2: Assembly

We begin to glue the box.
Do not forget to glue stand for collet nuts, otherwise they will fall into the holes.

You should get almost a complete product ...

Step 3: Boxes

Again, the laser-glue-drying ...

Step 4: Final Fotos




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    Thank you. One thing I like about instructables is so many of the projects provide ideas that can be modified to meet a different need. I don't have a CNC or have these tool bits to put away, but I have a large number of specialized screwdrivers and nut drivers. As you said at the beginning--such tools are stored in boxes so sorting and finding what is needed is a problem.

    With some adapting, this will be much better than the other ideas I have seen or imagined.

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    That looks really nice! It would work great for leather stamps too :)

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    Nice! Would probably have been more appropriate to make the box using a cnc since that's what the box is for. This guarantees someone in need of this can make it.

    I have both the cnc router and laser.

    a laser easier to make possible the internal angles and does not remain after the cutting of the nap.