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Making a Wooden Guitar Body on a Desktop CNC Router | Laguna Tools


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  1. LagunaTools: Thank for reply.What do you mean"The Automatic Tool Changing system? Are you saying the Pro system software shows of/suggest what bit should be used for the next routing path.Correct me if I get wrong.
    Eventually, it will need to change at least two different bits MANUALLY .

  2. LagunaTools: What's the different between (24″ X 36″ CNC) Laguna IQ and Pro ? Can't make a guitar neck or a body with Laguna IQ? , Don't get me wrong.I am not talking about the price.I am talking about the Laguna IQ's functions & performances. I mean if a person interests is only to build different shapes of guitars.

  3. Just curious – with bridge positioning and neck mounting, is the end scale length correct (25.5 in) or did it take a lot of work during neck mounting? How's the intonation?

  4. Hi Max,
    I really enjoyed your video. Your finished product was amazing. I am a Furniture design student in Ireland, and i really would love to make a Fender Stratocaster style guitar, but I am having difficulty finding a working drawing on line that i can trace over in Rhino. I was hoping that you might be able to help me with this? Also if you would have advice as to where i can source other components such as pickups, scratch plate and dials or just general tips on the best way to go about this project I would be extremely greatfull. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Kind Regards,

  5. Max! This guitar will come out excellent. You can cut anything you desire with a cnc machine and it won't be woodwork. Working in wood is done with ones hands. Anyone that understands three dimensions in the X, Y, Z can make this and anything else with your Laguna CNC Machine.

  6. I've been trying to get the Fender Neck files that Router Bob did on the IQ for a fender style neck for a long time. If you cut a body you need a neck. I have Aspire for my Laguna IQ and am having trouble with it. Can you help me with it the neck files? I think Router Bob used Rhino too. Why did you sell me Aspire if you use Rhino to draw with?

  7. Thanks for the great video and files. I've had a swift for several years now and have wanted to make a guitar since router bob made the first video for Laguna. Is there any chance you will be re-doing the building of a neck with the files?

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