This is the third day since we started working with keiran in the etaux, and we put some oli on it already:
We started from some 2" lenga that needed a glue up for the jaws, since they are 2 1/2"
This was pretty much what we did the first evening.
Following day was mostly cut dovetails and the moulding on the resting plate.
Today we made the brass braces. First saw them, then drill holes, bolt them together and file them to shape.
This afternoon it was glue up and oil time.
And a test ride with my little helper Toto.
I got a book about guitarmaking, and all the spanish and french makers that appear on the pictures have one of this on their workshop. So I thought I could use one too. Later on the week we will start with the solera for the acustic guitar.
There is still some work to be done on the inside but will wait for my friend to bring the router. The braces need a runner on the botto but I got tired of sawing today so it will have to wait a bit.
All this because summer school was cancelled due to third parties reasons. A shame, but you need to woodwork anyway in your vacations, isn't it?