2024-04-29 (M) TowerBox Redux

In my last working version, the tower was narrower than it was wide, and the case was wider than deep, so the pieces sat flush when I inserted them for transport. This time, I didn't see any reason to make a skinny tower, making drafting easier since I had one less unique measurement.

One difference between this drawing and the previous one was the plywood thickness. I was using 1/4," but this time, I measured 5mm. which was pretty close to 1/5," but that isn't a standard size. Regardless, I based my latest draft on this measurement, and things finally fit together, Parts need glue to hold their form, but friction was enough for a test fit.
Neatly nested tower and case

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

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