Guitar - Watching sunset Art

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Summary

Large guitar for the wall. I added some 1.5" standoffs so you can easily add lights if you decide. If you don't want lights, you can just remove of course. There are 2 bends which I tried my best to hide them when on the wall. I did change the tab location in design, so you don't get the same shadow on your guitar as i did in picture. This is a big 47" guitar for the wall. I struggled to come up with design that wasn't used and decided on person/people looking at sunset. Feel free to change and make however you decide. Enjoy!

License
Creative Commons - Attribution

You may distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon this work, even commercially, as long as you credit Don P. for the original creation.

Published

1 year ago

Downloads

493

Difficulty

Basic

Files
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  • guitar bends for hanging.jpg
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  • lights from amazon.jpg
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  • Guitar - watching Sunset .jpg
  • Guitar - Watching Sunset .dxf
  • Ethan Perry - 1 year ago
    That’s Awesome!

    Don P. (OP) - 1 year ago
    Not sure how the middle tab with screw hole got turn a little too much. it needs to be rotated a few degrees back for screw slot is straight up and down when bent. It does need to look slanted but not so much. You don't really need it with screw just more for spacing anyways. I added these standoffs because many don't have a welder to add the spacing needed. if you do you may want to remove from DXF and tack weld 1.5" hidden tabs.

  • Dave Smith - 1 year ago
    Are you using a CF Pro or an XR table and are you using fusion 360?

    Don P. (OP) - 11 months ago
    CF Pro and yes fusion 360

  • BRIAN JETTER - 8 months ago
    thanks don P this is a great design!

  • Jeff Schaber - 4 months ago
    Really having trouble getting this to import at the correct size. When imported into Sheetcam in metric it comes in tiny and when I import in inches it's almost 130" tall. I just have a crossfire so I was going to have my friend cut it at the neck into two separate files and weld it together in post but we can't seem to get the scale of the file correct (in sheetcam or Fusion 360). I'm fairly new to this so I probably have a setting wrong so any help would be appreciated.

    Don P. (OP) - 3 months ago
    in fusion 360 you can scale to whatever size you want. I did it at 47" as stated in description. If you need help just message me in the forum.

  • Robbie Griffith - 3 months ago
    that is great, my nephew will love this

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