This project shows how to make and mill out a simple box out of plywood. If you want to get some inspiration on some other designs for joining wood and other materials together, I would recommend taking a look at the Make Magazine's CNC Panel Joinery Handbook. This box is made of 5 pieces with 2 sets of identical pieces (front&back, 2x sides) and a base. You can use CAMLab to generate the gcode from the STL files: camlab.sienci.com Here are some recommended settings if you're using plywood: - Tool: 1/8" flat end mill - Step down: 2mm-3mm - Feed rate: 800mm/min to 1000mm/min - Plunge rate: 250mm/min
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