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  1. I am building my 4th violin. I've made an effort to carve the tops of the first 3 very similarly to each other, from similar wood, for consistancy in tonal result. I followed arching templets matching a Stradavarius style. I am arching my 4th fiddle using templets more matching a Guarnerius style this time, again using similar wood to the first 3. I've heard that some luthiers prefer to do their arching more intuitavely, by eye, not using templets. I know a good mandolin maker who works by eye, and stresses to me that the thinnest part of the plate must be around the edges so the
  2. Hi, sorry for making another bridge curve/shape topic, since there are already some out there, but instead of resurrecting an old topic, it might be better to make a new one. So first let me start by saying I tried quite a few different bridge templates. Ive tried making my own template, using a 42mm radius, aswell as checking that to the 42mm radius playing surface. I downloaded a bridge template, but all seem to have the same problem. As I go up higher in positions when playing, it gets harder and harder to play one string only. I cannot use the pressure that I would like, as it would
  3. Hi again. Can someone please tell me where I might be able to find some wood carving gouges online? Ive been looking at hardware shops at so many places locally already but couldn't find any other than the normal flat surface chisels. Ive been able to find small gouges for the scroll, but nothing big enough for the body of a violin. Also, since I live in South-Africa, please only recommend websites where they ship internationally, if possible. I went to look on this website and found http://www.mehr-als-werkzeug.de/product/715257/Gouges-Blade-Width-24-mm.htm today, but the shipp
  4. Hello all, I've got a Automach WCS-100 Professional Reciprocating Woodcarver for sale. I'll include a detailed description and pictures below. This is really an amazing machine. I've used it to easily gouge through maple, walnut, and ebony with ease. If you are not familar with a reciprocating carver, it uses a pneumatic-type action to buffet the chisel-end hundreds of times a second via a rotary shaft. This allows you to carve through the hardest woods easily and with great control. Also, this machine is rather quiet for what it does. This particlar machine has not been used much and is ve