- 3mm Baltic Birch Wood (.115" thick)
- Rubber Bands
- Universal Laser System
- Autodesk 2014
- Corel Draw
*The autodesk drawings were converted into a dxf file and then used in Corel which is the drawing program used for the laser.
Autodesk 2014 drawings download is located at the bottom of the page.
This is a simple box-head you can create using these drawings to print it out in a laser. These drawings require autodesk or auto-cad already downloaded on your computer (you can always get a 30-day free trial). This box-head is a blank canvas you can embellish it any way you like. Also it would make a cool desk piece or just something to do when your bored.
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Step 1: Torso
Align all the parts and use rubber bands or glue to hold them together depending on your preference.
Step 2: Making the Components
The arm pieces and the body only require the circular joint and rubber bands to be held together
Step 3: Bottom Piece
The bottom pieces require glue to be held together and then the pieces are glued into the bottom notch of the torso.
Step 4: Finished Product
This box-head can be a creative project if you let it. This was just a tutorial showing the designs and how to assemble the box-head.