I like it when you can use a tool to make something that's used for the tool itself.
Here's a handy protective case/box for an iBox jig, that was made using the iBox itself to cut the finger-joints:
The box is made from 7/16" thick poplar, and the lid is 7/8" poplar. The lid was dyed/stained/colorized using ferric acetate (AKA vinegar & Steel wool solution). First time I'd ever tried it on Poplar. It makes a nice warm brown. Finish is several coats of Target EM6000.
Inside, the iBox is fitted and cushioned to keep it from sliding around, and the plexiglas guard slides into its own compartment along the side.
Now I need to build a box/case for the4 Incra Hingemaker.