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FINEFUZZ

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    Port Washington, WI
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  1. Very cool, and metallic can be a challenge to spray evenly!
  2. I ma really liking the geometry of the f-holes, body contours and the control layout.
  3. Adobe illustrator wins in my opinion: you can really fine tune curves in that program, and you can convert the files to DXF format so a cnc router can undertand.
  4. I bet one layer at a time will yield a more resistant form because now this layer will freeze the others below in place. Pretty cool stuff.
  5. I bet mixing in some powdered (white) fiberglass would give it rigidity and a little sparkle. I don't know if you can buy it or you have to make it. The stuff I had looked like snow, it was cut pretty fine.
  6. What wonderful proportions with a beautiful wood grain contouring the form! And all those switches- awesome.
  7. This is the most accurate tool I have found to measure the material thickness, but if I could find a more exact way to gauge the thickness, I could make the part lighter still. Drilling the stud holes in the bronze was a very nerve-racking experience. Even slowly pecking at the bronze with a drill press didn't prevent the drill bit from aggressively grabbing the material I used a helical tap with a lot of cutting oil, and happily, this combination yielded good results.
  8. Or, will the resonance of the materiel actually cause discord and damper the string vibrations?
  9. This build is a total masterpiece! Bummer about the blemish, mishaps like that always seem to happen to me.
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