verhoevenc Posted December 29, 2005 Report Share Posted December 29, 2005 Ok, so I got some chrome pickups rings to use as a "template" for making wooden pickup rings. Now since this is all small and delicate, I've gotta use a Dremel router (cause I like my fingers where they are). So yeah, i've made like a mini router table and i've set the bit height so that it follows the chrome ring, and cuts the wood. However, since the wood gets so thin at points... if the router ever catches just a little, it sends a piece of the wood flying off and TADA ruined wooden pickup ring, all work down the drain. So, my question is... anyone know how I can get this to work?? OR is there some wood that'll do this, some that won't? (I'm using lacewood, but I've also got mahogany, and spruce pieces sitting around). Thanks, Chris Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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