Congrats Adam, that's a fantastic idea!
I used thin CA on a top, spreading it in small areas with a plastic scraper. It took just a couple of 3gr tubes. It worked very well but I guess...
There's also the climb-cutting technique that helps avoid tearout. I've learned to do it out of necessity because I didn't have a bandsaw and...
Looks like the lighting is very nice and bright which imho is the most important thing!
Knightro if you're asking me, I glue it after finish so that if I mess up the placement I can undo it :D
Yep, just a couple drops of CA!
Nice man! I love metal logos and I switched to that kind instead of decals
Wow that's an awesome logo heretic :yesway:
The thinking behind that makes sense but maybe don't push them that far.
Beware of the G saddle because it usually needs more compensation than D.
Whenever I used binding on a fretboard I cut and filed every fret. You can use a dremel but I find hand filing is more accurate and safe (fretwire...
I doesn't seem deep man, I guess a bit of sanding will make it disappear!
That's a very unique design you have there :yesway:
Don't worry bro you have companion. I'm currently doing the third attempt at my latest build. Yes, i've stripped it down 3 f%cking times :realmad:...
Wow, can't wait to she her finished, man :dude:
I drill a couple of holes inside some fret slots and insert small nails or rivets.
Those can be seen in the photo I posted above.
When the glue...
I'm glad you saved it man! :yesway:
This one was done some time ago.
I use 2 straight pieces of wood on either side of the neck. That keeps the block centered.
Sometimes I use a jig/machine I've build to do the...
Looks cool man! May I ask what RPM the axle is running at?
That chameleon finish is growing on me!
That's wonderful news man! Be sure to shoot some photos when you are setting it up. I love seeing an empty place turned into a nice workshop!
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