But first you need to cut the deep slots all around the ukulele, always a nerve wracking project .
The router is carefully set up to make the depth and length of the cut just right and trial runs are made on a scrap of wood. The uke is held firmly in the clamping device, slowly and carefully the cut is made.
Here is the router attachment which controls the cut,
This is another messy job, throwing sawdust all over, but the cuts on both ukuleles went perfectly. The next job is setting up the hot pipe and bending the bindings.
Two ukuleles require eight separate pieces bent to shape. They are all ready to install.