Hi John, this is just a reference that can be ignored. Is just a reference to you know where is the fret localization. Just do what is in front of the file and do what is behind. Even 0.5mm initial or final position (for all frets together) was moved this would not be a nightmare.
Use more of your feelings and common sense.
I'll list alguas things.
1 - First I have a sampler for evaluation
2 - I have several videos that show how to work my files.
3 - Using your experience on Aspire, you could easily be machined only the fretboard. There is no need to make a special file only for the fretboard, but even so I did especially for you.
The Truss Rod also. I did two crooked old models that hardly anyone uses. As trussrods are different, I can not do all. The trussrods are very easy to make and just draw two or three lines and ready.
Just like the fretboard, just use your knowledge of Aspire and off unnecessary layers and make the machining direction of the lines of the neck.
4 - Finally, I missed reading my blog more carefully. As the notes are not faithful copies. The goal is to offer some material for beginners in CNC. With the material it is possible to use it to adapt their models. That's my goal with my guitars. I think I'm offering something fair in quality and value. Others offering identical guitars and tutorials have their values up to 3 times.
This is to be fun and not traumatic.
Also note that I offer no support.
I take into account that the person who is buying have read and understood the terms.
I found a PRS and Les Paul guitar that some time ago I was starting to make an identical copy.
As a lot of work to do and the unsatisfactory sales value.
But I commit to send you copies of this PRS and Les Paul so I finished.