Makercase (makercase.com) has released an updated version that allows you to adjust the tab size for Finger and T-Slot joints. It's limited to 1/2 the smallest side of your box but this is a great addition to this handy application.
The adjustment shows up as a slide under the box picture when you select Finger or T-Slot. Below are two examples of a box adjusted for different tab sizes.
Even more noticeable is the T-Slot. You can reduce it down to essentially just T-Slot connections and no tabs in between. I like this new feature a lot.
Check it out and let makercase know we sent you.
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