Building a better world, uke by uke.
This is my building diary. I build ukuleles in my apartment workshop. I try to label the posts, so if you're interested in anything in particular you might find it by clicking the labels.
Feel free to contact me if there is anything you want to ask, or even better; tell me.
Inspired by Ken Timms' marvellous creation, and a bloke with a blog called The Village Woodworker, I finally made a decent soundhole cutter. The blade is from an old Taylor chisel, with the stamped acorn. It's easy to choose radius, the piece in the middle with the pin slides, guided by the dowel going through the piece at the end.
It would work for rosettes as well, but I've never felt the urge to make one. Perhaps now with this tool I'll try.