MakerCase is a web-based application for designing laser-cut project cases.
Makercase runs in a web browser and automatically generates a blueprint for laser cutting based on the users specifications. The user enters the desired case dimensions and material thickness, and MakerCase automatically generates a three-dimensional model of the case that can be freely rotated.
MakerCase lets users create cases with flat edges or interlocking edges using finger joints or t-slots for retaining nuts and bolts.
Users can also add holes and engraved text to individual faces of the case using a graphical drag and drop editor.
When the case design is complete, the MakerCase flattens the three-dimensional model into blueprint and generates an SVG file that can be sent directly to a laser cutter. For cutting, MakerCase can be configured to compensate for the beam width of the laser and convert any engraved text into vector paths.