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    Re: Blender, Rhino, Aspire or Fusion 360 for guitar design and milling?

    Here's a double cut t-style done in MoI3D - the renderings were done in Fusion 360. Some models made with MoI over the last few months. . . The Blue rendering is a customer order - the red rendering is a modification with a traditional bridge route - just to have on hand. Both the red and blue guitars are semi-hollow so the model is made in three parts, chambered body, routed top and pickguard. The chambered body has a bridge pickup route modeled to suit either top. The other guitars are playing around with shields as we are building a stadium for the Raiders football team and our hockey team is the Golden Knights - both of which have shields in their logos. Thanks for taking a look. Should be milling these in next month.
    Vegas Guitars Custom Shop
    http://vegasguitars.com

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    Gorgeous work, VG Custom ! You mentioned aluminum?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-ZH_yn1TMI
    Been doing this too long

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    Re: Blender, Rhino, Aspire or Fusion 360 for guitar design and milling?

    We had a local Guitar show and these guys were there hmmm Interesting I did not have a good look bussy day .https://www.dkalloyguitars.com

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    Re: Blender, Rhino, Aspire or Fusion 360 for guitar design and milling?

    Been doing this too long

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    Was Interesting I think the OZ market is a bit thin they have put some work in for sure.

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    Re: Blender, Rhino, Aspire or Fusion 360 for guitar design and milling?

    I saw this in Nashville, most impressive carving, structural design. and finish.
    Honey Tea & Maplewood

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    Re: Blender, Rhino, Aspire or Fusion 360 for guitar design and milling?

    Quote Originally Posted by bostosh View Post
    I saw this in Nashville, most impressive carving, structural design. and finish.
    Honey Tea & Maplewood
    That Waterfall guitar is awesome!!
    Gerry

    UCCNC 2017 Screenset
    http://www.thecncwoodworker.com/2017.html

    Mach3 2010 Screenset
    http://www.thecncwoodworker.com/2010.html

    JointCAM - CNC Dovetails & Box Joints
    http://www.g-forcecnc.com/jointcam.html

    (Note: The opinions expressed in this post are my own and are not necessarily those of CNCzone and its management)

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    Wow thank's for that ,the work that has gone into them is amazing .

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