CAD Guitar Model – Fender Stratocaster (1958)

$50.00

Designed specifically for 3-axis CNC machining. Models come complete with textures. Ready for CAM toolpaths.

Specifications:

  • 25.5″ scale
  • 21 frets (Stewmac medium/medium)
  • Blank parts can be found in the separate Blank Parts assembly models
  • 4 Fretboards: 7.25″ radius slotted, 7.25″ un-slotted, 9.5″ slotted, 9.5″ un-slotted
  • 4 Necks: 2 x 10mm tuner necks (with & without truss slot), 2 x 8.7mm vintage tuner necks (with & without truss slot) — StewMac #2552 18″ truss rod
  • Bolt-on neck design

See product notes below for further information!

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Description

Accurate Guitar Model for CNC

Based on a 1958 Fender Stratocaster.

Features

  • Properly labelled & organized work
  • Faithful, accurate designs
  • 2D sketches included
  • All suitable formats for CNC (F3D, STEP, IGES)

Available Filetypes

  • F3D (Fusion 360 native)
  • STEP (vendor neutral)
  • IGES (vendor neutral)
  • STL (vendor neutral)
Model Notes:

The following drill dimensions are used:

  • Tuning machines: 10mm Ø / OR 8.7mm Ø | Potentiometers: 4mm Ø (pilots) | Panels: 1.5mm Ø

 

This model does not include the following (allowing for user preference / variable hardware):

  • Bridge mounting holes (location sketch included)
  • Dot inlays
  • CAM toolpaths

* Neck pocket & panel recess offsets may be made in the modeling environment or with CAM processes. Offset size recommendations begin at .05″ for neck pockets and .01″ for panel recesses.

Download the DXF / PDF / Vector templates here!

STL files are included with this model purchase. It is imperative that the user understand that STL files, while compatible with virtually any software, are unit-less. When exporting STL files, the units can be defined (in, mm, etc), but the unit size data is not included with the file itself. When the file is opened/imported, it is up to your software to define the unit sizing – when there is a mismatch, over/undersizing issues occur.

That means that they will likely cause scaling issues upon opening and require a bit of math and manual re-sizing to get them perfect.

To combat this, all STL files have been exported and organized separately with their unit scaling in MM, CM, and INCHES. This will help less sophisticated software interpret the unit sizes correctly upon importing.

Bounding box info for the main body file has been included to aid in scaling math and comparison.