There aren't many out there that don't understand the value of a great cup of coffee!  First thing in the morning to to get the day started off right or a mid afternoon cup to get you over that 3 pm hump.

This mini-project is dedicated to all of those Weekend CNC Warriors who, before they hit the shop, enjoy a good cup of "joe"!

Not only will this mini-project help you to create a great piece of wall art for the coffee junkie in your life but to also give you the opportunity to tap into the growing small independent roaster culture. There is an explosion of small coffee roasters out there that just might be in need of a sign for their shop or a unique coffee display.  

Coffee Shop No.1 - Example 3.jpg

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 coffee bag can overlap a model easily to add more depth to your project.
The shop sign has a flat bottomed dished center so it will except almost any model and will also let you get the most "Z" depth out of the added model.

Important Note: It may be unsafe to run your cnc without consuming the proper amount of coffee.  Refer to past experience if you have any questions.  Be safe!


Don't forget to Email us a picture of your finished work and become an official Weekend CNC Warrior!

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Hack this project!

The "Coffee Shop Sign" above is made using the models from 2 projects:

The font used to simulate the v-carving is called Gentium Basic.

WOW... that's a hack!

The Coffee Shop 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.

Project Sheet

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

In case you need...

The vector outlines for all of the models in this project you can download them from this link:

DXF - Outlines

In case you wanted to know... 

Font used in the renderings is called -

  • Georgia
  • Tiranti Solid LET (Edited)
  • Gentium Book Basic 

Font used in the Project Sheet for this project is called - 

  • Gentium Book Basic
  • GelSlab
  • Blue Highway


Thanks Don for sharing this version of Hack of the Week No.98!

Thanks Don for sharing this finished version of Hack of the Week No.98!

Don Harding's take on our Hack of the Week No.108.

Share an image of a finished project that uses one of our models and get it posted here! WOW!!!! 

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This CNCminiProject was created with the power of coffee!