Accurately plotting your laser cut joints can often be a bit of a pain in the backside. There are many tools out there to help you to produce a tabbed joint, but Clement Zheng has taken this to a whole new level with Joinery.
Able to produce a multitude of joint profiles for straight and curved surfaces, Joinery has taken the headache out of laser cut joinery. Check out the Instructable to learn about how it works, and you can have a play with Joinery over on Github.
Clement Zheng is a self-proclaimed digital craftsman, working within the intersection of design, craft and digital fabrication. Clement practices design independently whilst also teaching in the School of Industrial Design at Georgia Tech. You can check out more of his projects over on his website and Instructables.