A complete Guitar with Cud2D 1.5

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Re: A complete Guitar with Cud2D 1.5

Postby Alex Navarro » Tue Apr 24, 2012 3:40 pm

Hi guys

Here is the neck. This guitar is very hard to make!
Now, some more things to do and then I go to the PRS!
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Classic Top
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Stronger waves
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Based on an Epiphone
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Re: A complete Guitar with Cud2D 1.5

Postby Alex Navarro » Tue Apr 24, 2012 4:05 pm

on the previous page has the necks!
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Re: A complete Guitar with Cud2D 1.5

Postby simso » Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:37 pm

Alex, very impressed, so much so I went to your website, I repair guitars for a living so this can be invaluable to me.

Have a 8 tool cnc router.

I purchased one of your designs, I like them all......but I could not get anything delivered, picked a design, went to paypal and paid but no delivery of design or process to be able to recieve design, what do I need to do.
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Re: A complete Guitar with Cud2D 1.5

Postby Alex Navarro » Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:47 pm

simso wrote:Alex, very impressed, so much so I went to your website, I repair guitars for a living so this can be invaluable to me.

Have a 8 tool cnc router.

I purchased one of your designs, I like them all......but I could not get anything delivered, picked a design, went to paypal and paid but no delivery of design or process to be able to recieve design, what do I need to do.


Hello Steve

I answered you in your e-mail.

Essential: I need give explanation for all because is not clear in my website.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
We have a problem of time differences, because I'm in Brazil.
I don´t have an automated service for sending the material as it usually does not work fine. Normally, each client have some note about his purchase, then I think better let how is.
I can take a litte of time for send the material after purchase, because many times I´m out my office. But this take no more than 1 day (24h).

I'm asking at a company develop a more professional site for me.
This work began modest, but will gaining more proportions faster than I could imagine. I still work alone and work still for decorations company.
I think about now seriously let it for work just with guitars that I like more and find one person to work together with 2,5D/3D artworks.

Thank very all
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Re: A complete Guitar with Cud2D 1.5

Postby Alex Navarro » Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:55 pm

Hi

let now to talk about guitars, concentrating in link below.
VCarve Pro is fine because is between Cut2D and Aspire. This way we can divide experiences with all Vectric users. :wink:

ok? :roll:

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=12036
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