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Three robot heads to laser cut!
The big one can hold your pens; the small head is a key-ring; and the middle one is with existential problems.
Designed for 3mm in MDF.
All files are in R12 ASCII Drawing (dxf).
Amount of necessary material. Also, just in case you can’t import the project with the correct measurements, each head is inserted in a frame witch you can resize to:
Big head frame: w- 300 mm / h- 250 mm
Med head frame: w- 220 mm / h- 130 mm
Min head frame: w- 100 mm / h- 100 mm
Each file (head) has three different blueprints, each one has different kerf compensations:
0 – no kerf compensation;
+0.15 – each fitting is 0.15 mm increased for each side (0.3 total)
+0.2 – each fitting is 0.2 mm increased for each side (0.4 total)
(kerf is the amount of material that is removed by the cutting process, in this case laser-cutting. In order to avoid the use of glue to assemble the puzzle, this kerf is compensated in the file itself. The compensation value is different between laser-cutters and materials used)
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|Release date:||March 4, 2019|
|Last updated:||March 8, 2019|
|License||Creative Commons - Attribution|
|Design Category||Laser Engraving & Cutting|
|Design Tag||head, laser, laser cut, laser-cutter, laser-cutting, mdf, model, obuq, puzzle, Robot|