Downhill Skiing Pen Holder (plasma)
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THIS 3D PUZZLE IS INCLUDED IN OUR PLASMA PEN HOLDERS VOLUME ONE.

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Ready to cut downloadable 3D puzzle files for your CNC plasma cutter or metal cutting laser machine in both Imperial sheet steel gauges as well as metric sizes for the global CNC hobbyist.

Files include a full color assembly manual.

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Skiing

Skiing is a recreational activity and competitive sport in which the participant attaches long runners or skis to boots or shoes on the feet and uses them to travel on top of snow. Aside from recreation and competition, skiing has been used for military purposes and even travelling in areas that experience heavy snowfall. Many types of competitive skiing events are recognized by the International Olympic Committee, and the International Ski Federation. Skiing is one of the most well known sports featured in the Winter Olympic Games. The oldest and most accurately documented evidence of skiing origins is found in modern day Norway and Sweden. The earliest primitive carvings circa 5000 B.C. depict a skier with one pole, located in Rødøy in the Nordland region of Norway. The first primitive ski was found in a peat bog in Hoting, Sweden which dates back to 2500 or 4500 B.C. Joel Berglund reported in 2004 the discovery of a primitive ski, or "85cm long piece of wood", carbon tested by researchers in 1997 while excavating a Norse settlement near Nanortalik, Greenland. The primitive ski dated back to 1010, and is thought to be Greenland's oldest ski brought by Norsemen circa 980 A.D.
The word "ski" itself is one of a handful of words Norway has exported to the international community. It comes from the Old Norse word "skíð" which means split piece of wood or firewood.
Alpine ski racing as an organised sport commenced in both America and Australia. The first recreational ski club was formed in 1861 at Kiandra, Australia, where the first documented international downhill carnival was also held.
Alpine skiing,also called downhill skiing, typically, takes place at a ski resort or dry slope. It originated in the European Alps, and is characterized by fixed-heel bindings that attach at both the toe and the heel of the skier's boot. Sub-genres of alpine skiing include Freestyle and Heliskiing.
Competitive classes include slalom, giant slalom, Super-G, Downhill, and disabled skiing.
In alpine skiing, for every 1000 people skiing in a day, on average between two and four will require medical attention. Knee injuries account for 33 per cent of injuries. Most accidents are the result of user error leading to an isolated fall.
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High Quality 3D Metal Art from makeCNC.

These Plasma Patterns are not simple copies of our router patterns. They have been redrawn to create new scales and slots especially for plasma.
If you purchase our router patterns you will NOT get the same results if you just scale them up or down in size due to slot sizes being at a different scale factor for metal working.
Includes the following Sheet Steel Gauge slot size patterns in the scales from small to giant size.

DXF File Format

10,12,14 and 16 gauge Small size Model
10,12,14, and 16 gauge Medium size Model

3mm,2.5mm,2mm,1.5mm Small size Model
3mm,2.5mm.2mm.1.5mm Medium size Model


DXF File Format

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All our plasma pen patterns come in two scale sizes and will be in the industry standard DXF file format. This is not slot sizes for thickness of material so don't be confused. The slot sizes will start at 12 gauge imperial sheet steel size of .1046 and will go up and down from there. The same will apply as metric equivilants.

The first and smallest model size will be based on our 1/8th inch CNC router and laser patterns. Typically these patterns have parts no larger than 8.5 X 11 inches or 214 mm X 280mm at .1250 inches and the finished model is usually around 12 to 14 inches in length and height. The slots will have scales of 10,12, 14 and 16 Gauge as well as their metric sheet steel equivilants and the smallest size model will come from the 16 gauge and get larger as you go down the gauge scale.

The second size will be based on our .25 or 1/4 inch router/C02 laser patterns. These are typically twice the size of the .1250 patterns so you can double the size from 12 to 14 inch models to 24 X 28 or there abouts BUT this is where plasma is different than wood in that we keep our slot sizes the same as in the small scale models again being 10,12, 14 and 16 gauge and their metric equivilents.


Ready to cut downloadable 3D puzzle files for your CNC plasma cutter or metal cutting laser machine in both Imperial sheet steel gauges as well as metric sizes for the global CNC hobbyist.

Files include a full color assembly manual.

High Quality 3D Metal Art from makeCNC

Includes the following Sheet Steel Gauge slot size patterns in the scales from small to giant size.
All the hard work is done!

Makecnc is excited to bring to the CNC hobbyist a new and ever-expanding library of art and projects made ready-to-cut on your CNC plasma or metal cutting laser machine.You can either sell the cut out projects as your own product or assemble them for your own enjoyment and to give as gifts to your family and friends.

PLEASE READ COPYRIGHT

All downloadable products are copyright makecnc.com and may not be copied or redistributed in any format other than actual material products made from the supplied files.
Assembly PDF files may be sold as printed copies only along with a product made from the supplied files.

Unless otherwise stated in the documentation and product description you may make as many hard products as you like from your files with no royalty to the designer.