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CNC Violin Making

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On 1/1/2020 at 4:54 PM, BenPearce said:

Hi there. I've got lots.  Feel free to reach out if there is something more specific you are interested in. 

Best,

Ben

What software do you use? What end mills do you like? 

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On 7/8/2019 at 6:48 PM, Twinpipe said:

Does anyone here have experience with CNC violin making?

Maybe the Gammuto Violin Factory?:ph34r:

I read through the topic in it's entirety last night - asides from reading about my own greatness here at Maestronet that read through from some years ago  just may of been the best for me in regards to how one should go about being honest in the long and short run - seems being honest can be the easier route to an easier life.

Hint- with all my power and hand tools ready to go for the year I could make twelve fiddles in a years time - non cnc/ non varnished.   Then I'd have to varnish them all - no fun.  

   

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On 1/3/2020 at 8:04 PM, scordatura said:

What software do you use? What end mills do you like? 

Hi Scordatura, that's a pretty broad question, but everything from Creo and 3DSMAx to Illustrator and end/ballmills ranging from 0.008" to 2.000"in diameter.

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16 hours ago, BenPearce said:

Hi Scordatura, that's a pretty broad question, but everything from Creo and 3DSMAx to Illustrator and end/ballmills ranging from 0.008" to 2.000"in diameter.

Are you using CNC to make violins or for other uses?

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