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Farm Fresh No.1

All across North America farmers markets can be found in almost every city, town and village.  The stalls are filled with the freshest locally acquired meat, dairy and produce... yummy.

Farm Fresh No.1

This mini-project contains models that are sure to inspire some pretty nice rustic looking signs pointing the way to some tasty fresh eggs, milk or a cozy bed & breakfast.  Maybe even a road sign welcoming guests to the family hobby farm or proudly displaying the name of a 3rd generation farming family.   

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:
- The milk can and bottle were modeled with a smooth surface so v-carving text is a snap and makes adding other models a breeze!
- The rustic sign has a flat back so it will accept almost any model and will also let you get the most "Z" depth out of the added model.

Don't hit snooze on the rooster so you will be sure to get a early start to your Weekend CNC Warrior project with this "fresh" mini-project!

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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.

Farm Fresh No.1 - $35.00 USD

(Taxes may be applied at checkout)

Hack this Project!

Tin Rooster Sign

This "Tin Rooster Sign" layout was made using models from the following projects:

Make this hack yourself by adding all the projects used to your basket!

The Farm Fresh No.1 project contains the following models and project sheet.

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

Farm Fresh No.1

Project Sheet - Click to enlarge.

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

In case you wanted to know...

Fonts used:

  • moolborau

  • Palatino Linotype