A minature kitchen sink and countertop

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A minature kitchen sink and countertop

Post by C.Michael »

My Aunt makes minature doll houses and I thought I would try to make a kitchen sink and counter top in about 1/12th scale for her

The sink was the hard part..first I made the design in Autocad 2000..then set up the 2 sided cut in Cut3d...Roughed with a 1/4 endmill and finished with a 1/8 ball

The counter top was again draw in Autocad..cut out in V carve using a 1/8th end mill and then fliped it over to carve down the thickness using a 1/4 end mill

I am happy with it..

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Post by dighsx »

HAHAHA that's really cool looking. I really like the sink.
Take it easy.
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Post by Wemme »

HA Cool. Designer Kitchens for a doll house.
Nice work.

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Post by lpcsales »

Cool! Bet it machined real fast!

Thanks for sharing...
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Post by Markm »

Just wondering since it is so small do you have to charge by the square inch instead of foot on the counter top and is the sink still $400.00? :? Because if so I'm making doll furniture for a livin'. :wink:

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