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Very cool....and more reasons why I want/need a CnC
I, for one, would pass, only because I'd be afraid of movement along that seem this time next year.
I'm OCD, so it would drive me nuts, but that's...
I saw it, I just didn't want to bring it for fear it was a ghost that would somehow haunt me through
You can always shorten those screws as well. As long as there's enough to keep them stable and
upright, shave away!
Yes and no to the mortise/tenon question. The fear is if you route the mortise too deeply, you
expose yourself to a possibility of the wood...
Thanks, it's good to be back. Little personal issue held me at bay.
Kudos, it looks awesome!
Just keep your tenon thick and all will be well. As for the depth stop on the drill press; odds are
you'll need to remove even more material...
And he's ready for mock-up.....now to get out the soldering station, set the bridge, level/crown/polish
the frets, tune/intonate...sheesh. And...
If I were going to do this (which I personally probably wouldn't because the effort may not give
the desired results) I'd fashion a block of wood...
+1 on what Ron said. They're both the same on the inside.
Out of curiosity, why would you want to build a guitar without a trussrod? Like others have mentioned,
we're talking about $10-12, store...
I'm the same; radius the rectangle, cut the slots, then cut the taper.
Looks great, kudos!
Y'up, spend more time reading threads around here and you'll find almost all species of wood used
in building. The "softer" woods can have a...
Kudos, it turned out beautiful.
I so wish stores in Florida carried Maple. Not so, however. There are occasionally usable pieces of
Cedar I've used in acoustic building.
Very nice and kudos to all involved.
As for "where", make sure you leave enough room to slope down towards the tuners, assuming
you've cut a slot for the nut already. The main thing,...
This, the first solid color build I've done. Sheesh man, this red stuff is gonna be the death of me.
Transparent finishes are much easier I...
Great first attempt. Keep up the good work!
Great work. Love your color choices, et al.
Sure you can use a trim router for cutting out a body....but in that same vein, you can also
cut it out by hand with a saw, or a chisel, or if...