stratoskier Posted March 26, 2010 Report Share Posted March 26, 2010 Hi, I ordered some pickguard material (2.0 mm thick) from Stew-Mac to make some replacement control cavity and trem covers for various guitars. Could someone suggest the best way to get clean cuts on this stuff? I was thinking of using the router (with templates) to do it, but I wondered whether the material would melt. If a router is the best option, perhaps someone could recommend a suitable bit for this use. Also, will this destroy the bits for future wood work? BTW -- I don't have access to any fancy shop tools. I'm pretty much a router, dremel, drill and saber saw operation. Thanks, Bert Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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