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Coffee Stencil

by faberdasher, published

Coffee Stencil by faberdasher Feb 5, 2014

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Summary

Find it hard to espresso your love? Try this coffee message maker. What message would you send them in their coffee? 'I like you a latte!' perhaps. We opted for a simple I Heart U...

And now with added cool, our coffee stencils come in Dr Who, Star Treck, Star Wars & Serenity themes!

Instructions

Print with 2 perimeters and a layer height of 0.3mm.
Hold over drink and sprinkle on chocolate powder.
Behold you beautiful message!

We have included a blank plate in the download files for you to create your own custom message.

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This file is one of the 2k + that is posted on just3dprints site for sale in violation of your CC license.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/3D-Printed-Star-Wars-Coffee-Stencil-/252182098229?hash=item3ab7397135:g:SSEAAOSwbdpWUvl1
Contact ebay to have the file removed.

Thanks for upload the blank! I was able to put my company logo on it.

How exactly did you do that? I'm a CAD n00b ;D

Hey, you could do this using Tinkercad (www.tinkercad.com). It's a great way to start out with 3D modelling. :)

Sound's neat :)

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