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Last edited on 2017-09-13 12:17:24 by Vojtech Blahout
Additions:
~1) Continuing from the previous line, mark another line **"c"**, **6 mm** forward in the direction of the volute. This line determines the end of the nut and the beginning of the slopping wall in the pegbox.
~1) Use the same method, setting your compass to **10 mm**, to mark the width of the begbox at it lowermost side, line **"d"**, under the projected volute.
Now it's time to create the scroll and pegbox templates. Note that these templates are rather generic, not modelled after Messiah. You can decide not to do the cardboard templates which are good for reuse and instead go for the paper thin ones just to quickly transfer the outlines. In that case, just print out the outlines in **Fig. 2**, cut them out using scissors and skip the following paragraph.
Deletions:
~1) Continuing from the previous line, mark another line **"c"**, **6 mm** forward in the direction of the volute. This line determines the end of the nut and the beginning of the slopping wall of the pegbox.
~1) Use the same method, setting your compass to **10 mm**, to mark the width of the begbox at it lowermost side, line **"d"**, under the volute.
Now it's time to create the scroll and pegbox templates. You can decide not to do the cardboard templates which are good for reuse and instead go for the paper thin ones just to quickly transfer the outlines. In that case, just print out the outlines in **Fig. 2**, cut them out using scissors and skip the following paragraph.


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