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Parametric Circle Cubby

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Hello this is a little Cubby that I made for storing little items it is in the design of Parametric furniture

Cut all the pieces and then slide together no hardware required

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Material Description Price
MDF Wood

MDF Wood (×8)

Dimensions: 12 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/4 in


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This is the source svg file for all the parts



This is the source slicer for Fusion file


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Start by selecting your Material

15 minutes

I started by selecting 1/4" MDF material and cutting the sheets to size

I cut mine to 29″ × 29″ so that they would fit on my 1000mm X-carve

You cant cut on a smaller X-carve you just need to size your stock accordingly


Cut out on your machine

30 minutes

Cut out all the pieces on your machine according to the recommended feeds and speeds in Easel

Don’t forget your Dust Collection :)


Assemble your Project

10 minutes

In this step you need to assemble your project take your time and do not force the pieces together as we do not want to break anything :)

I have made a short video of the assembly steps


Play Time

10 minutes

I have also included some pictures of other possible projects that you can do with parametric furniture

I Designed in

Autodesk Fusion 360

I sliced and parted in

Autodesk Slicer For Fusion 360

Test Fit in

Autodesk Fusion 360

Then exported the DXF File from

Autodesk Fusion 360

Then imported the DXF File into

V-carve pro

Then exported the vectors as an SVG

Then I imported into Easel

Christopher Cuevas
This is a fun project. I made mine out of blue acrylic and the parts fit perfectly with little modification.
Christopher Cuevas
Scott Kessler
My didn't work well. I changed the wood thickness to match some scrap that I had. I believe that throws off the slots, so it is too loose to use. It was still fun. I am a beginner and don't have the tools to resize. I need to get a board that is .223 to match the plans!
Scott Kessler
shaun davis
Fusion won't open a .3DMK file, and slicer no longer exists. Is there a way to split all these parts into individual .svg or .dxf files? This is a cool project and I'd love to build one.
shaun davis