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3D puzzle of Flamewheel the Mechanical Rooster, precision laser-cut CNC template

Flamewheel the Mechanical Rooster : 3D Puzzle, Laser Cut, Scroll Saw, CNC Router, Template, Pattern DXF, CDR, SVG

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The Clever Cat : 3D Puzzle, Laser Cut, Scroll Saw, CNC Router, Template, Pattern DXF, CDR, SVG

$4.00
Clever Cat Animal Pattern 3D Puzzle Pattern Perfect for Silhouette Cutting Silver Bullet Cricut K-40 3018 CNC

The Goat : 3D Puzzle, Laser Cut, Scroll Saw, CNC Router, Template, Pattern DXF, CDR, SVG

$4.00

The Goat 3D Puzzle captures the playful and charming features of this iconic farm animal in intricate detail. Designed as a laser-cut CNC template, this puzzle offers 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.

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PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD PRODUCT.  NO PHYSICAL ITEM WILL BE SHIPPED !

The Goat

The domestic goat is a subspecies of goat domesticated from the wild goat of southwest Asia and Eastern Europe. The goat is a member of the family Bovidae and is closely related to the sheep as both are in the goat-antelope subfamily Caprinae. There are over 300 distinct breeds of goat. Goats are one of the oldest domesticated species, and have been used for their milk, meat, hair, and skins over much of the world.
In the 20th century, they have gained popularity as pets. Female goats are referred to as “does” or “nannies”, intact males as “bucks” or “billies”, and their offspring are “kids”. Castrated males are “wethers”.
Goats are among the earliest animals domesticated by humans. The most recent genetic analysis confirms the archaeological evidence that the wild bezoar of the Zagros are the likely origin of almost all domestic goats today.
Neolithic farmers began to herd wild goats for easy access to milk and meat, primarily, as well as for their dung, which was used as fuel, and their bones, hair, and sinew for clothing, building, and tools. The earliest remnants of domesticated goats dating 10,000 years before present are found in Ganj Dareh in Iran. Goat remains have been found at archaeological sites in Jericho, Choga Mami Djeitun and Cayonu, dating the domestication of goats in western Asia at between 8,000 and 9,000 years ago.
Goats are reputed to be willing to eat almost anything, including tin cans and cardboard boxes. While goats will not actually eat inedible material, they are browsing animals, not grazers like cattle and sheep, and (coupled with their natural curiosity) will chew on and taste just about anything resembling plant matter to decide whether it is good to eat, including cardboard and paper labels from tin cans. Another possibility is goats are curious about the unusual smells of leftover food in discarded cans or boxes.
Goats are extremely curious and intelligent. They are easily trained to pull carts and walk on leads. Ches McCartney, nicknamed “the goat man”, toured the United States for over three decades in a wagon pulled by a herd of pet goats. They are also known for escaping their pens. Goats will test fences, either intentionally or simply because they are handy to climb on. If any of the fencing can be spread, pushed over or down, or otherwise be overcome, the goats will escape. Due to their high intelligence, once they have discovered a weakness in the fence, they will exploit it repeatedly. Goats are very coordinated and can climb and hold their balance in the most precarious places. They are also widely known for their ability to climb trees, although the tree generally has to be on somewhat of an angle. The vocalization goats make is called bleating.
Goats have an intensely inquisitive and intelligent nature; they will explore anything new or unfamiliar in their surroundings. They do so primarily with their prehensile upper lip and tongue. This is why they investigate items such as buttons, camera cases or clothing (and many other things besides) by nibbling at them, occasionally even eating them.
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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= 199
W = 51
H = 178

Approximate Size at 1/8 inch

L = 7.8
W = 2
H = 7

Approximate Size of Largest Part

3.7 X 5.9 inches
94 X 150 mm

Approximate Part Number: 39

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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