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  • 1. Capstone Project 22-Fret Jazz Bass
  • 2. Materials Makeup
    • Body (Solid Type)
      • 21”X14”X1.7” slab Ash or Alder
    • Neck (Bolt-On)
      • 35”X2.6”X1.2” slab Maple
    • Fingerboard
      • 25”X2.6”X.25” slab Rosewood
  • 3. Components
    • Body
    • Neck (Includes Headstock)
    • Fretboard
    • Pickguard
    • Control Plate
    • Level Control knobs and pots
    • Pickups
    • Nut
    • Neck Back-plate
    • Bridge
    • Tuning Assembly
    • Includes Fasteners and Spacers
  • 4. Body
  • 5. Body
    • Reverse-Engineered Techniques
      • Traced the body
      • Set measurements From the Neck insert
        • Centerline perpendicular to Neck Insert
      • Instruments used included Compasses, Dividers, Calipers, and Circle Templates
      • Created shape of the body through series of circles (Tangent to tangent)
  • 6. Body
  • 7. Body (Backside)
    • New Sketch
      • Drew circle
      • Dimensioned it
      • Finish Sketch
      • Extrude it
      • Click on More
      • Tab
      • Tapered it
      • -70 degrees
  • 8. Neck
    • Includes neck, headstock, fretboard, frets, nut, and inlays in a single sketch.
  • 9. Neck
    • Start Point:
    • Fretboard
    • -Sketch dimensions
    • include taper
    • -Extrude fretboard ¼”
    • -Arch
    • Base measurement
    • Extrude length of entire fretboard.
  • 10. Neck
    • Loft Feature:
      • Used feature to blend tapered fretboard to neck handle.
      • Used by blending one work plane to another.
      • Needed no rails due to sharing base plane
  • 11. Neck
    • Loft Feature:
      • Used for chamfered edges to the handle
      • Blending of two planes sharing the same base plane.
  • 12. Neck
    • Loft feature
      • Frets
        • Created work plane off corner of fretboard
        • Sketched frets to appropriate dimensions
        • Created work plane and sketched frets on other side
        • Used loft feature to connect both sides
          • Used arched surface as a guide rail.
  • 13. Neck
    • Headstock
      • Created work plane from base of fretboard
      • Extruded it down .6”
  • 14. Pickguard
    • Copied extents from the body
    • Offset inward ½”
    • Extrude it
  • 15. Control Plate
    • Includes an assembly model of the plate, knobs, ¼” input, control pots, washers, nuts, and fasteners.
  • 16. Pickup
    • Includes two identical pickups
      • Bridge
      • Neck
  • 17. Bridge
    • Assembly include:
      • Saddle
      • Saddle Lifts
        • Size #4 (.112”)
        • 4-40 UNC
      • Saddle Set Pull Screw
        • Size #4
        • 4-40 UNC
      • Bridge
  • 18. Tuning Assembly
    • Includes assembly of knob, plate, worm gear, tuning shaft, and shaft-to-gear bolt.
      • Worm gear has 22 teeth
      • Worm has 4 threads
        • Gear ratio would be 5.5 (22/4)
  • 19. Complete Assembly