By Dennis Waring
This booklet will disguise every thing you must comprehend to make a guitar or bass, and is stuffed with the way to do issues good and keep away from universal problems.
Эта книга охватывает всё, что вам нужно знать, чтобы сделать гитару или бас, и полна советов о том, как делать вещи хорошо и избегать при этом общих проблем.
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Next, scribe the 5 ⁄8" tongue, referencing the face of the marking Strike zone. I prefer to strike my mortise layout lines with a sharp bench chisel. Smooth action. This arm has a nice loose ﬁt through the rear jaw; this will enable the vise to work without binding. Line it up. Note that the bottom of the rabbet aligns with the top edge of the arm mortises. com ■ 47 Raamtang NO. ITEM T DIMENSIONS (INCHES) W L MATERIAL ❏ 2 Jaws 13⁄8 2 30 White oak ❏ 2 Arms 11⁄2 1 8 White oak ❏ 2 Wedges 3⁄ 4 33⁄8 123⁄8 White oak COMMENTS Taper to 1" Side action.
You can clean the tenon up further with a combination of spokeshave, scraper and sandpaper. Next up is cutting away the inside of the tops of the front legs to complete the recess for the slip seat. Rout away the bulk of the wood using a trim router with a 1 ⁄4" straight bit, and ﬁnish up with chisels and a gouge for the curved corner. If you’re building a set of chairs, you might want to make a pattern, clamp it in place and use that Reclamp. With the wedges seated, put the sub assembly back in clamps and wait for the glue to dry.
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