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Wooden Bag-in-Box cnc

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Here in Germany, especially in a region where many apple trees are grown to make juice, it is very common to give your apples to a 'winepress'. The apples are juices and the juice is cooked. After that you get the juice in a plastic bag of 5 or 10 liters. Such a plastic bag is fragile and hard to carry so you stuff them into a box made from carton. That's why the're called 'Bag-in-Box'. Now, when you store a bunch of those cardboard-boxes they tend to degrade over time in particular if you reuse them the year after.

A friend asked me if I could make such a box out of wood. My solution is a box that can be flat-packed for storage, while being solid enough to be used several times. The top has a snap latch and multiple boxes are stackable. As there was a little room on the base-material I even added a little stand which tilts the box for easy access.

Because the box looked a little like a massive animal I was tempted to add some eyes and ears, refrained from it though ...

Out of pure fun I created a assembly instruction.It might help using the right order of steps, but I am rather sure anybody would be able to assemble a box without any help.

I made a bunch of these boxes on my Sorotec Basicline out of simple birch plywood. Using a 2.4 mm spiral toothed endmill the milling was a piece of cake.

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I am using a rigid hobby cnc-machine to create useful and/or beautiful things. My main intend is the search on interesting designs that make the most out of a given material while taking short machine-time.

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Usually when we hear of stackable containers, they are often flimsy in texture. That is the common reason why consumers don't buy them. However, if this can be used several times due to its durability, I bet the audience will be large.


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