Liutaio Mottola Stringed Instrument Design



Woodworkers' Popup Units Conversion Tool / Calculator


Calculator converts to/from decimal inches, fractional inches, millimeters. Popups must be enabled for this site. From the Liutaio Mottola lutherie information website.



Did you know ....


.... you can click on most of the assembly photos on this site to enlarge them for a close look? Also, hovering the cursor over most linear dimension values will convert the values to decimal inches, fractional inches, and SI units.

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Last updated: Thursday, August 18, 2016





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