Ken Bennett Posted September 26, 2010 Report Share Posted September 26, 2010 Hi Ya'll, This is my first thread. I hope you find it useful. The other day we were starting to carve to tops of our new archtop guitars. At a certain point we realized it would be good to go ahead and precisely define the edge thickness and the line at which the arching starts to rise above the edge. Later this flat area will be scooped out to create what violin guys call the channel. Benedetto calls it the recurve. The goal was to make something quick without having to go to the hardware store. It worked beautifully. We took a few snapshots during construction, so I thought it might be a good thing to share. A base for my laminate trimmer router sitting on a mahogany riser at the end of a corian table The corian table, with some of the layout and drilling done, and the mahogany rails that will support it Table drilled for the pin assembly Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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