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Last edited on 2017-09-10 12:41:33 by Vojtech Blahout
Additions:
In order to make the f-holes look more integral to the arching, the lower wings are fluted. Note that the fluting still gradually rises to the edge of the wing. See the red area in **Fig. 2** for reference. The red color intensity denotes (approximately) the volume of material removed. In the area of the wing tips, you may cut as deep as **1.5 mm**, depending on how "intensive" you want your fluting to be.
Deletions:
In order to make the f-holes look more integral to the arching, the lower wings are fluted. Note that the fluting gradually slopes to the edge of the wing. See the red area in **Fig. 2** for reference. The red color intensity denotes (approximately) the volume of material removed. In the area of the wing tips, you may cut as deep as **1.5 mm**, depending on how "intensive" you want your fluting to be.


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Edited on 2017-09-10 12:40:40 by Vojtech Blahout
Additions:
In order to make the f-holes look more integral to the arching, the lower wings are fluted. Note that the fluting gradually slopes to the edge of the wing. See the red area in **Fig. 2** for reference. The red color intensity denotes (approximately) the volume of material removed. In the area of the wing tips, you may cut as deep as **1.5 mm**, depending on how "intensive" you want your fluting to be.
Deletions:
In order to make the f-holes look more integral to the arching, the lower wings are fluted. Note that the fluting gradually rises to the corner of the wing. See the red area in **Fig. 2** for reference. The red color intensity denotes (approximately) the volume of material removed. In the area of the wing tips, you may cut as deep as **1.5 mm**, depending on how "intensive" you want your fluting to be.


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2017-06-26 18:37:18 by Vojtech Blahout