It is made of 1/2 inch cdx plywood. The entire case was made with about 3/4 of a sheet of wood. This ible is more for the concept of making a case as compared to making this exact case. The concept of a case or box has very wide applications. This is the one I needed but yours will probably be different. Take what you need and ask questions. I love to give my 2 cents.
Step 1: Layout
Step 2: Construction
All boxes have similar attributes. For our case the top of the box will be separate but boxes have 6 sides in 3d.
On our case the top will be separated by a hinge. The rest will be solid. I start out cutting all the peices for the top bottom and sides.
Once all cutting is complete I start assembly. I take the bottom and start adding sides. I use 90 degree clamps to hold up the side peices while I use an air stapler to attach them down. I also use glue to help hold. Once everything is built I go back through and put in screws for more strength.
Check out my video of me building my tool chest if you are a little confused by that. (coming next week link will.go here).
Once the bottom and 4 sides are all assembled do a test fit of the item going into the case.
Final step is to add hinges and the lid. For a large case like this it's easier for me to have someone to hold the lid while attaching the hinges.
Step 3: Finishing Extras
I also plan to add a handle and wheels to the case to make transport easier. In total the case and camp stove weigh aboit 90 pounds.
Step 4: Finished Case
I built this case for...
plywood sheet $20.00
wheels free salvage from junk lawnmower or $12.00 at harbor freight
Hinges and clasp less than $10.00
This heavy duty last basically forever plywood case with real go through some grass wheels cost me less than. the manufacturer duffle bag version or even if I needed to buy wheels the same. I beleive plywood wheels could easily made with a circle cutting tool like a jig saw or router removing more cost using the drop peices of plywood.
None of.that really matters. ease your case will likely be different from mine. It does prove the value of DIY. I built a superior product for less money in an afternoon. I hope you can take inspiration from my project. Thanks.