Check out boxmaker, such a great little application that can save hours over drawing work to make slot together notched boxes. Wish we’d thought of this first.
Input the dimensions that you would like your box to be. Make sure you are working in millimeters.
The cut width refers to the width of material removed by the laser. A value of zero is usually safe but very slightly loose-fitting. For snugger fits get in touch for some advice. It’s difficult to specify an exact width from material to material. but we can advise you on this. (also should be a blog post feature in the near future.)
Copy and paste the box components into one of Machine bed templates.
Nest the components as economically as possible and define the strokes accordingly (Red hairline stroke.)