I designed this in Onshape, but ultimately did the CAM in Fusion360 (I really have to switch over).
After a couple of years designing things for 3d printing, I now finally can include wood into the mix.
I have built a LowRider 2.0 with about 110cmx160cm usable cutting area, but started small on this one. I’m making a rocket lamp for my son. It’s only 4mm plywood, but I was pretty impressed with how sturdy the body of the rocket got after I press fit it together. The nose of the rocket is of course 3d printed.