Wine Bar No.1

POP! Here's to another open bottle of wine straight from your custom wine cellar. Swirl this mini-project around and take a sniff, you'll get all the right aromas to create that perfect wine themed carving you've been wanting to try! Was that Oak or Maple? 

Try our first wine bar mini-project, paired with your CNC cabinet plans makes for a great weekend project with unique and creative results! You'll be the toast of the town!

Work safe and let the chips fly!!!

The CNCminiProjects Team

Saddle up! Western Saloon No.2 is here.

We are happy to now have a new Western Saloon mini-project available for you to add to your western themed collection of models.

This newest installment is also the perfect companion to the Western Saloon No.1 mini-project we released last year.

 Nothing says western saloon like a rustic cowboy hat, and a couple of cactus... not to mention the vulture and traditional Texas style star.  

One of the cactus has been designed to be a perch for the hungry looking vulture.  


If you liked the first Western Saloon mini-project this one is sure to be the perfect companion.

Be sure to let us know what you think in the comments... and if you purchase this mini-project be sure to email us an image of your finished piece.  We would love to see it!

Thank for stopping by... be safe and let the chips fly!

CNCminiProjects Team

Dishing out the first "No.2" of 2014!

From both of us here at CNCminiProjects we hope you all had a safe and happy holidays!  Wishing you all the best for 2014!  

Thank you to all of our customers for making 2013 a great first year!

We would like to send a special thanks to all of our customers that have taken the time to spread the word about what we have to offer here.  If it were not for you, your kind words and all your support, 2013 would not have been as great as it was!  Thank you!

We are so excited to be releasing our first "No.2" to start our second year in business.

Late last year we released a mini-project called Dish Shapes No.1 and we felt that we need to follow it up closely with our Dish Shapes No.2.. so here it is!!!!

Our second installment has the same 4 basic shapes with a hand carved look added to them.  We have replaced the daisy with a sharp looking fleur de lis that has been inspired by a carving we once saw on a church in Texas. 

Both the Dish Shapes No.1 and No.2 were created so that any user, from novice to the expert, could machine a model below the surface of a project, wood blank or a cabinet door.  Addin amazing versatility to our mini-projects and to your existing library of models.

To help you understand more fully how to uses these we also developed a Rough Cuts video to help you along.  Please feel free to check it out!

So here's to a safe and wonderful 2014 filled with great Weekend CNC Warrior projects! 

Be safe and let the chips fly!

The CNCminiProjects Team
Todd and Pierre Luc