Rotational Cabinet

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esigned initially without a specific purpose in mind, the Rotational Cabinet easily adapts to the demands of urban dwelling. It works against a wall, at the center of a room, or to define two spaces. With accessible compartments on its four sides, you can house your pottery collection on one side, your Xbox on the other, and store your DIY projects in either end. The RotoCab will soon arrive on Open Desk. We’ll also be able to customize it: high and tight or long and low, just let us know.

 

AtFAB Updates  Download for DIY

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he Rotational Cabinet download file includes toolpaths for a 35″ tall x 35″ wide cabinet that’s a generous 17½” deep (890 x 890 x 445). Mill a single cabinet from 1½ 4′x8′x¾” sheets of material. The 15 Cabinet parts fit together clockwise or in reverse. File includes optional grill pattern that accommodated wifi signal and speakers. The Cabinet requires 46 screws or pegs, and can be accessorized with a 3D printed Peg & Foot Kit. Find free files and more information at AtFAB’s Thingiverse page. The download file will soon be available on Open Desk.

 

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Dimensions
  • Width: 35″ (890)
  • Depth: 17½” (445)
  • Height: 35″ (890)
Material Requirements
  • 1½  4’x8′ Sheets of ¾” Material
  • 46 Fasteners
  • Optional Foot & Peg Kit
Shipping Information
  • Approximate Weight: 65lbs
  • Shipping Dimensions: 35″x35″x4.5″
  • Box: ULine S4929 (40″x45″x5″)
Download Information
  • Total Toolpath: n