Fantastic Zen, what's great for the rest of us is it shows that even the great can make
mistakes, and more importantly then show how to resolve the issue. There's always a
belief that the craftsmen get it right every time, which is probably the number 1 reason
why amateurs get put off trying. What happens when it goes wrong? But it seems to me
that knowing how to fix a problem is probably more important than building it in the first
If you can spend time with CAD plotting and creating templates, I
reckon you'd have a captive audience here for Uke builing packs mate. Can you scan your
paper/card templates in to plot?