I'm sure pretty much everyone can relate to this. You're nearly done making a complex part, and then you drill the last hole- in the wrong spot. ^#^T%$#ing ---t!!!

Well, I

Turns out I had 18 numbers in one column, and 19 numbers in the other. The first and last of the 19 numbers had a corresponding entry opposite it. Friggin optical delusion the way I had them numbers written on the paper. I completely missed one calculation! I could have glued them all down and two thirds of them would have been in the wrong spot. Whew, glad I caught that!

Well, I

*almost*made such an error. I've been working on my fretboard, building it up from varying width spacers, all according to a thoroughly checked out set of figures. Got some spacers epoxied down, frets installed, and went to add more of it. For some reason I was just kind of playing with the pieces that were left when I noticed that there seemed to be a gap in the sizing. Did the math again, over and over, nothing was wrong. What's going on? Each fret distance had a spacer width number beside it- the math was right-Turns out I had 18 numbers in one column, and 19 numbers in the other. The first and last of the 19 numbers had a corresponding entry opposite it. Friggin optical delusion the way I had them numbers written on the paper. I completely missed one calculation! I could have glued them all down and two thirds of them would have been in the wrong spot. Whew, glad I caught that!

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