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This instructable shows how I made a laser cut box with a curved lid to house a wireless sensor node. I made it at Techshop SF. The node ...
I had quite a good picture in my head of the shape I wanted the box to be. I used Inkscape to create the design, working in "outline" ...
I used Inkscape to draw the design but TechShop uses CorelDraw to operate the laser cutter. I found the only way I could get CorelDraw to read an ...
Follow the instructions in the images to assemble the sides of the box.
Feed the antenna through the hole in the lid. Carefully bend the lid down symmetrically to avoid snapping the small pegs on the sides. Hold the lid tightly in ...
Here's the completed article.
Here's what happened to the birch ply lid with my original design when I tried to make the bend. back to the drawing board! (See step 7 for ...
Since only 2 of 3 of my first batch of boxes survived the bending process, I made a few different modifications to the design and cut them over ...
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