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Beginner Cncstool

  • Software:
    Sketchup / LaserWeb4
    Machine Time:
    Bit or Laser Size:
    3.175mm / 1.4"
    Feeds & Speeds:
    16mm Plywood
    I need a stool for my shop. I wanted something easy and simple, yet wanted to try some king of assembly.

    You can build this with:
    1 - 300x300mm square
    2 - 400x250mm rectangle
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    After cutting, sand the edges and surface and test fit before applying a finish ( you'll need to consider the amount you'll add and sand accordingly )

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    I cut mine without any dogbones where the parts fits together, that was on purpose to test some other tools and processes but if you are doing this on a cnc router better to add those, because of this i have included 2 version of the original files: one with dogbone and one without ( laser )

    For the finish i used a blue dye and some poly on top for protection.
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  1. Kaged Creations
    I like the simple functionality of this one
  2. Mark Carew
    Nice one thank you Ariel!
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