Custom sized frames for digital fabrication.
DXF Frame Generator
Quickly create frames for digital fabrication.
Generate DXF files for laser cutting custom sized frames, which can then be easily manufactured at the nearest FabLab.
A frame is made by two sheets glued together, with regular wooden glue, and then painted with acrylic dye. It has holes on its back to be hung on the wall.
Here's a finished frame, after gluing and painting:
Customized illustration by my fiancee @moraesnika, at our store: N Design.
This project consists of a Python script that takes two Integers as arguments to draw a frame's 2D profile of the given size.
The output file uses the .dxf extension, which can be used for laser cutting.
pip install dxf-frame-generator
The following command will create a file
frame_200x200.dxf on the current working directory:
>dxf-frame-generator 200 200 C:\Users\Username\...\frame_210x297.dxf
This is how the file looks like when imported on a laser fabrication software:
- 0.0.1: Initial release;
- Repository: https://github.com/umluizlima/dxf-frame-generator
- Issue tracker: https://github.com/umluizlima/dxf-frame-generator/issues
- Mozman's ezdxf package: https://github.com/mozman/ezdxf
- RDWorksV8: http://www.thunderlaser.com/laser-download
Distributed under the MIT license. See
LICENSE for more information.
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