I made this for fun and to challenge myself in Fusion360. I think it turned out pretty cool and it ended up being pretty easy to build as well. Enjoy!
Check the comments for more photos!
Select a 3mm (1/8") material. I used ProofGrade Medium Maple Plywood and it worked out fantastically.
After uploading the SVG, set the labels layer to SCORE - draft quality.
All the other layers set to CUT and the order of the cuts should already be ordered properly based on the SVG color coding. The cut order in GFUI should be:
- Labels (SCORE)
- Holes (CUT)
- Supports (CUT)
- Parts (CUT)
Total print time should be just under 14 minutes.
Start with the base plate/wing and insert all of the the support pieces.
For each of the support pieces, match them to the plate by their alphabetic label. Some pieces have additional markings to help you install them in the proper orientation. The basic strategy to the supports is that they all taper inward and most all of the flat faces (sides w/o pegs) face inward, but you can reference the diagram below if you get stuck. Install the exterior plates in alphabetical order with the labeled sides facing inward so that no lettering is visible on the outside.
f117-assembly-community-rev2.svg.zip (11.5 KB)