Absolutely!Ricardo Barros wrote: ….
Now, I have a question...Am I going to luthier's Hell if I use regular Titebond instead of Animal Glue? ,....
Exactly that. Thanks. The chisels for the rosette are interesting. Back when I did mine I used borrowed tools. I believe the owner referred to them as goldsmiths punches or something similar or maybe they were for lino printing … Certainly looked the ones in the video.Michael.N. wrote:That would be this:
I didn't have that planing jig when I made my renaissance lute bowls. I just used my largest plane mounted in the vice. I can understand how that jig would make things a little easier though.
If my memory serves me (30 years ago since I did my lute) we use the little plastic spacers that you can buy for when you are putting tiles on a wall.Ryeman wrote:.. You would use the spacers to help check the width of the rib when shaping it..
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