I'm looking to have a miniature honey dipper stick and stand/holder modeled for the purposes of CNC machining.
They'll be handed out with our business cards and help promote our business at events.
Wants:The winning design will look like the attached images
.IGS file format preferred by my CNC shop of choice
Scale of Honey Dipper: Length 3", Handle dia. 0.1875", Dipper dia. 0.375"
Scale of Stand: Height: 1", Widest diameter: 0.75"
Don't Wants:A design not to scale. Scale is important when handing the file to the CNC shop so I don't have to pay extra for file adjustments.
- Autodesk Inventor
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