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Dish Shapes - No.2

This is our second dish-shaped project and will give your weekend CNC project a true handcrafted look.  The 4 basic shapes found in our first installment have been given a scalloped look that simulates the look you often see in a hand carved piece.       

This project will allow you to machine a model or model composition below the surface of a project and have a nice hand carved flat bottom dish for it to rest in.

Click the images below for a simple case study on how the round dish shape (Dish Shapes No.1 mini-project) and the daisy was used to create a bedroom sign. 

We have designed a few neat features into this mini-project that will make it even easier to use and re-use.  These features include:

  •  A wonderfully modeled Fleur de Lis to be used as a great test model and a super addition to your model collection.
  • All dishes have a flat bottom to accept any model and can be easily v-carved.
  • All dishes are scale-able.  

Go load up with some cupboard doors from your local cabinet shop and start your kitchen makeover.  Wow... won't your better-half be impressed?

Get this project now!

Projects are available in three file types: V3M, STL and PNG. You will be asked to choose the correct type for your software at the checkout.

Never lose your models again! Once a project has been purchased, members can log back in and download to all three file types for no extra cost.

Dish Shapes - No.2 - $35.00 USD

The Dish Shapes - No.2 project contains the following models and project sheet.

To get you started on your next weekend project we have included this assembled layout.

Project Sheet - Click to enlarge.

Food for thought.
Ideas for other combinations of this project.

Get yourself noticed... you know you deserve it!

Post your finished project in the Vectric User Forum under Vector Art 3D / Design and Make It - Gallery or Email us an image of a project you made that uses one of our projects and a short description (try to include software used, the CNC, finishing process and a social link... don't forget your name).

When it gets posted we will be sure to let you know!!!!