How to make a hipster travel computer case. via instructables
I had a limited amount of money to buy a computer, and in the end I couldn’t get a case and all the other parts. So I made my own. This was really the first version, and I made a couple mistakes on it, but I will use it as is for now. I didn’t use the raster capability of the laser cutter, although I had planned on it. Overall this took about 8 hours, but it wasn’t a hard 8 hours. Most of that was getting the holes to line up, so I think a person familiar with Sketchup should be able to do this in 2 to 4 hours.
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