2024-04-28 (Su) TowerBox Redux

Nearly seven years ago, I made a laser-cut dice tower from plywood. This year, I found out that my cousin enjoys woodburning art, so I offered to supply some blanks as a medium. Imagine my confusion when I cut out a copy, and nothing fit together. I figured this would be nothing more than putting a couple of plywood sheets in the machine and making sure they didn't catch on fire.

Instead of a project that wasn't even worthy of a blog post, I found myself scrambling at the hackspace to tweak the drawing to create a usable model. I don't know if I lost the most-recent drawing or something was unusual about the previous laser machine. I know what needs to happen, but I ran out of time to fix this model, and I will have to revisit it.
Poorly cut dice towers

Github repository for engraving projects. Look for "TowerBoxRedux" files.

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