If you compare the corner for revision A and revision B, you see the difference easily.
The corner in revision A has an equal radius over the whole height, while revision B has a different radius but the same centre for the corner. I changed this profile to fix minor problems in the slicer.
Here you can clearly see the difference between revision A at the bottom and revision B at the top.
I also added five additional boxes to the flat set. One large 2×4 box and four different boxes with a grid.
As usual, you will find all details on the project page and in the catalog. Existing customers already got the updated and additional files in advance.
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