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<img src="images/week8/40.jpg" style="width:80%" />
<center><figcaption>Fig. Final design </figcaption></center>
<p>After pointed out by the global evaluator it was noticed that I do not have 'dogbones' in my design.<a href=" http://fablab.ruc.dk/more-elegant-cnc-dogbones/ " >This tutorial</a> was useful for me to get a proper undertanding of dogbones. In my case, the OSB material was flexible enough and that with a little bit of hammering and woodglue the pieces would fit together. </p>
<img src="images/week8/new4.jpg" style="width:80%" />
<center><figcaption>Fig. Final design </figcaption></center>
<img src="images/week8/new5.jpg" style="width:80%" />
<center><figcaption>Fig. Final design </figcaption></center>
<img src="images/week8/new6.jpg" style="width:80%" />
<center><figcaption>Fig. Final design </figcaption></center>
<p>If I were to do the design again I can use the dogbone plugin for fusion to make the dogbones slots. For example, I have created the dogbone for one piece. </p>
<p>After I downloaded the <a href="https://github.com/tapnair/Dogbone" >plugin</a> and copied it to the <code> C:\Users\swickram18\AppData\Roaming\Autodesk\Autodesk Fusion 360\API\AddIns</code></p>
<p>Then After opening the fusion360, I run the dogbone Add-in from the Add-in menu.</p>
<img src="images/week8/new3.jpg" style="width:100%" />
<center><figcaption>Fig. Run the Dogbone from the add-in menu</figcaption></center>
<p>After clicking on the Dogbone Add-in it will open a window .</p>
<img src="images/week8/new1.jpg" style="width:100%" />
<center><figcaption>Fig. select the edges which needs dogbones</figcaption></center>
<p>After selecting the edges we want dogbones to be created select the tool diameter and press ok. Then it will automatically create the dogbones.</p>
<img src="images/week8/new2.jpg" style="width:100%" />
<center><figcaption>Fig. After creating dogbones</figcaption></center>
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<h3>Models files</h3>
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<a href="images/week8/1001.nc" >The NC file for cutting</a> <br>
<a href="images/week8/box new v5.step">Design for the box with setup for cutting</a><br>
<a href="images/week8/My box v3.f3d" >F3D file of the design</a> <br>
<a href="images/week8/My box v3.stl" >STL file for the design</a> <br>
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