[Arm-netbook] microdesktop casework as DXF files for laser-cutting
Mark Van den Borre
mark at lusis.eu
Thu Mar 30 23:00:37 BST 2017
Hi Tor, hi list,
2017-03-30 23:04 GMT+02:00 Tor, the Marqueteur <
Marqueteur at fineartmarquetry.com>:
> I haven't put my dial caliper on enough pieces of similar plywood to make
> a statement about normal variation due to manufacturing tolerances.
I have. The 3mm birch plywood we use usually stays within +-0.1mm. Only
rarely up to +-0.15mm.
Some extra stabilisation can also be designed into the z dimension by doing
things like inserting (laser cut) plywood "grip beaks" along the z axis.
Another laser cutting technique that may come in handy is the "accordeon
curve" or "kerf bend".
full service b2b laser cutting
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