Maybe when you get a new hammer, everything is *not* a nail, but when you have CNC, everything turns into a CNC project ;-). I used to hand-cut a lot lot of copper-clad circuit board material for a variety of projects. It was a quick and dirty way to get stuff built, but cutting PC traces and peeling copper with a hobby knife is slow and hard on your hands.
After needing more than one of this little test box, I turned the board AND box into a quick CNC-cut “kit”, much like model airplane parts.
The cut pattern was laid out with Fusion360 which also plots the toolpath. A nice feature is that Fusion360 also makes it easy to add tabs to hold all the pieces in place during cutting. Extra credit for the future would be cut a real PCB pattern into the bottom instead of just a grid of boxes, but this is quick and easy and all I need right now.
This would be a great way to update the SMD tweezers Cheap SMD Measuring Tweezers, but it’s not high on my punch list right now.