[Lab] seeking feedback on a laser cutting project
darcy at siteware.com
Thu Oct 16 07:30:38 EDT 2014
Looks nice. It might be a little deep for usability and space usage...
Another thing that comes to mind is the cutaways for allowing you to grab
stuff out could go deeper. Perhaps all the way down so it's a lot easier to
grab stuff. I think in my ikea trays the cuttaways are all the way down.
Yes, fligiht of ideas should work. This article needs a rework (as I'm
getting a lot of questions) but it outlines the process I'm using which is
working great. http://inventorartist.com/tool-chains/
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On Wed, Oct 15, 2014 at 7:58 PM, Olaf Baumann <olaf.baumann at pobox.com>
> I've finally made the time to complete my custom two-level cutlery
> drawer. I've used SketchUp to design it and now I'm looking for any
> feedback before I start cutting.
> There are two files in the following Google Drive link. One assembled and
> one exploded.
> I'm not sure how to get this design into a format suitable for the laser
> cutter. I've found a SketchUp plugin from Flights of Ideas (
> https://code.google.com/p/sketchup-svg-outline-plugin/) that promises to
> convert SketchUp faces into SVG. Any other suggestions?
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