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Mary the Moo Cow : 3D Puzzle, Laser Cut, Scroll Saw, CNC Router, Template, Pattern DXF, CDR, SVG


Mary the Moo Cow 3D Puzzle captures the friendly essence of this beloved farm animal. This intricate puzzle is designed as a laser-cut CNC template, offering an engaging and rewarding assembly experience. Suitable for laser cutters, CNC routers, and plasma cutters. Included file formats are SVG, DXF, CDR, and PDF. Patterns are supplied in two standard sizes, usually 1/8th (.1250) and 3mm, but are scalable vectors, allowing you to adjust the pattern size to suit the thickness of your material. Scaling up will enlarge the finished model or shrink it if you scale down. Please see our Scale Calculator to make this task simple.



Mary the Cow

Cows, or Cattle, occupy a unique role in human history, domesticated since at least the early
Neolithic. Modern genetic research suggests that the entire modern domestic stock
may have arisen from as few as 80 Aurochs tamed in the upper reaches of Mesopotamia
about 10,500 years ago near the villages of Cayonu Tepesi in southeastern Turkey
and Djade elMughara in northern Iraq. They are raised for meat, dairy products and
hides. They are also used as draft animals and in certain sports. Some consider Cattle
the oldest form of wealth, and Cattle raiding consequently one of the earliest forms
of theft. Cattle are often raised by allowing herds to graze on the grasses of large
tracts of rangeland. Raising cattle in this manner allows the use of land that might
be unsuitable for growing crops. The most common interactions with cattle involve daily
feeding, cleaning and milking. Cows, or Cattle, are ruminants, meaning that they have
a digestive system that allows use of otherwise indigestible foods by regurgitating and
rechewing them as “cud”. The cud is then reswallowed and further digested by specialised
microorganisms in the rumen. These microbes are primarily responsible for decomposing
cellulose and other carbohydrates into volatile fatty acids that cattle use as their
primary metabolic fuel. Cattle did not originate as the term for bovine animals. It was
borrowed from Old french catel, itself from Latin caput, head, and originally meant
movable personal property, especially livestock of any kind, as opposed to real property
(the land, which also included wild or small free-roaming animals such as chickens –
they were sold as part of the land.) The word Cow came via Anglo-Saxon, from Common
Indo-European = “A bovine animal. In older English sources such as the King James Version
of the Bible, “Cattle” Refers to livestock, as opposed to “Deer” which refers to
wildlife. Collect your Cow today!

Hello and Thanks for shopping with makeCNC!
These 3D Puzzles are a Downloadable Product that have been Designed ready to cut on any CNC router or CNC Laser Machine.
They are supplied as ready-to-cut vector files in several formats for CNC Routers, Lasers, Plasma, Die Cutters and Scroll Saws are just of the few ways you can use these Patterns.

Basic slot sizes (Meaning your Material Thickness)

1/8 Inch or 1/4 Inch

Metric: Slot Size (Meaning your Material Thickness)

3mm or 6mm

1 x Color Assembly Guide.

Number of Parts:

Finished size of Model at 1/8th or 1/4 Inch

Finished size of Model at 3mm or 6mm

Approximate Size at 3mm

L= 191
W = 89
H = 115

Approximate Size at 1/8 inch

L = 7.5
W = 3.5
H = 4.5

Approximate Size of Largest Part

3 X 5.7 inches
77 X 145 mm

Approximate Part Number: 44

NOTE: Our 3D Puzzles can be built in different thicknesses.
Example: 1/8″ uses 1/8″ Plywood…1/4″ uses 1/4″ Plywood, etc.
As a rule, although the slots are set to fit the same sized tool, most
people will use a smaller bit size when cutting on a CNC Router.

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