The thesis presents the use of the “dukta” cutting technique in the manufacture of a product. The goal of the thesis was to test various cutting patterns, their impact on panel bending and product design using dukta patterns and the production of a prototype wooden computer case. In the first part of the research, we tested various patterns of cutting of plywood and their influence on bending. For the preparation of specimens and the product, we used plywood of different thicknesses, which were cut differently with a laser and tested using a three-point bending test with specially designed fixtures. We then designed in the SolidWorks computer program a wooden computer case using the selected cutting pattern. Laser cutting was used for cutting the computer case. Besides the appearance, the size of the radius which we could achieve in curvature, the size of the necessary force needed to bend the dukta pattern and the resistance to dynamic loads were all important when selecting the type of dukta cutting pattern used.