The simple cuboid form is cut away to create space for the handle, which also encircles the on-off switch.
The torch splits into two halves to reveal the electronics, which fit neatly into CNC-milled cavities.
The use of standard electronic components and computer controlled cutting processes make the torch straightforward to manufacture.
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