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Last edited by sethp at Dec 14, 2009,
#2
laser cutters can help

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#3
how do you get a lazer cutter to only cut to a certain depth of wood, as in fingerboard wood?
or does the inlay go all the way thru the fingerboard?

and how the hell do you get such tight tollerances?
Last edited by sethp at Dec 14, 2009,
#4
You use very small diameter cutters and small chisels where you have to.

You keep tight tolerances by being very careful.

Lasers can cut shallow depth pockets in wood.
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Quote by Metalhead_28
You use very small diameter cutters and small chisels where you have to.

You keep tight tolerances by being very careful.

Lasers can cut shallow depth pockets in wood.

Do you have a link to the kind of bits your talking about? Would something like this help get those really tiny areas?
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#8
Well, you get what you pay for. Stewmac may be really expensive, but that's because almost everything they sell is designed by luthiers, for luthiers and they're made with quality materials.