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John Carruthers shows us the proper way to adjust the Nut on a bass guitar. This video is step 3 of a 4 part series. Videos include adjusting the Truss Rod, Bridge, Nut and Intonation.

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50 Responses to “Solidworks Tutorial | Solidworks Bolt and Nut Tutorial | Solidworks”

  1. John Meisenheimer says:

    GREAT JOB! I appreciate the animation, as a lot of tutorials do not go that
    far. Thank you.

  2. sakthi vithya says:

    great job …. thanks brother 

  3. Aouadi Fouad says:

    thank you for this vedio

  4. Aditya Bogi says:

    Great tutorial
    I have adoubt
    While inserting nut the option i dont have the option of launch move dialog
    how to get that option
    please explain

  5. Steve Gill says:

    Looking, looking for just this. Finally! I would not have figured this out
    and I need to mate two parts with threads (not nut and bolt). Very big
    help. Thanks so much.

  6. Moyes16 says:

    lost me completely on the triangle part of the helix and spiral, you didn’t
    talk for about 2 minutes and no idea what you did when you clicked smart
    dimension at 6:50

  7. HÀ VIỆT THẮNG says:

    i love you ^_^

  8. Padraig Staunton says:

    Can you do the opposite and make the threads on the bolt stick out and the
    threads on the but cut in ? I’m making a representation of a torch for a

  9. Auggie Jimenez says:

    Can you make a 3/4-16 UNF threaded bolt please?

  10. Martin Wink says:

    Does the mold tools function combine not exist in the 2014 edition or does
    it have another name?

  11. Daniele Molteni says:

    Compliments for the video. look my video and put a comment. Bye Daniele.

  12. Pio Linh says:

    great :D


    Really useful… I’m a beginner in solidworks.. I think I have learnt a lot
    from this video.. Thank you.!

  14. Harrelson Trumpets says:

    I can barely hear you!

  15. Sajan Shah says:

    Thanks man for such a great video.But could u tell me why u choose those
    dimension for the thread. I mean why 59deg and all the stuff. I know it is
    for thread but which dimension stand for what? so in real practice if I
    will do it. Thanks

  16. jayfulf says:

    But there’s toolbox..

  17. Madi11000 says:

    Hi ,
    Thanks very much for the explanation, I’m a student and I’m working on the
    project of designing a new 3 cylinder internal combustion engine , and I
    hope you can answer my question :

    can I use that program for simulation ??

    Thank you >>

  18. Rajkumar Suryavanshi says:

    Solidworks Tutorial | Solidworks Bolt and Nut Tutorial | Solidworks
    SolidWorks Zen 

  19. James Gerber says:

    Excellent tutorial and lesson! Thank you.

  20. Saj Abbas says:

    Great tutorial! Many thanks for uploading. Out of interest how easy would
    it be to export this design to a 3D printing format? Would it be compatible
    with the various 3D printers on the market? 

  21. Hai Hoquang says:

    1.723 ?

  22. Twillight Samurai says:

    Man awesome shortcuts

  23. Thitipon Passaphan says:
  24. Mike Lucido says:

    Great video! Your teaching style is very clean, and easy to grasp. I like
    your calm demeanor and want to learn more from you. Hope to hear from you.
    I apologize if I did not get your name correct.

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  26. Michael Sherrer says:

    “Then when we move to the next string (A) and you see a big gap and how
    much the string is moving when I push on it? So we have to change to a
    different file now because this is a different diameter. (the string – does
    he mean 105 as in the E String?? I think the files match the string
    diameters MS) Please advise. ALSO …
    On the video it jumps from the A-String to the G-String…as he chooses his
    files…saying “I’ve got one for that”. (string).

  27. Jon Rabe says:

    These instructional bass guitar videos by Elixir are OK but their strings
    coating shreds in 1 or 2 months. I switched to D’Addario nylon tapewound
    strings & they last and sound great.

  28. GDLROCKLIVE says:

    other thing you can use for making the canals on the nut (better if its
    made of bone ) are simple used — bass strings — , you can begin with a
    cutter then use strings to make the perfect nut . 

  29. Apopularsong says:

    So what happens if you want to change string gauges? New nut?

  30. arthur nuevo says:

    HELLO SIR..I’m from the Philippines and I have some trouble about my bass you have an E-mail address so that I can send you a photo of my
    bass..I want to know some advice how to repair it..I want to save this bass
    because its my first bass..thanks sir..Reply is really needed.. :'(

  31. MyJimjack says:

    any input on feeler gauge measurement on a fretless bass nut adjustment ?

  32. Brian Coverstone says:

    Is it bad to start the low E string at .022″, and make each string a little
    lower where the G string is at .015″? That’s how mine is set up. It
    doesn’t buzz, but I want to find out if there are any disadvantages to
    having the higher pitch strings a little bit lower. The bridge height
    measures correctly from 4/32″ at low E to 3/32″ at G on the fret where the
    neck is attached.

  33. InsideTV says:

    Good awesome strings =)

  34. Владимир Ильич says:

    see, how he measures a gap under 4th string after last filing pass ;)

  35. John Villasana says:

    I just cut my nut on a bass that had been very difficult to play. The files
    cost me $65. A little painful, but I am now set for life. I also followed
    the steps in your other videos on setup. My bass is playing very nicely
    now. Thanks Elixir and John Curruthers! 

  36. Switcharoo12 says:

    These videos are a simple and the results is some amazing. Ihad to go out
    and buy just a few inexpensive tools but it was so worth it. Thank you John
    for putting these out for all of us.

  37. Ron Gage says:

    John – do you have any advise for doing the setup of a “Steinburger” clone
    – the Washburn Bantam? Single ball-end strings but the ball-end and tuners
    are at the bridge side and a simple string clamp as at the nut. I’m
    thinking that doing the nut height adjustment will be a bit of a challenge
    since there is roughly 1 inch between the nut and the string clamp.

  38. V Ferreira says:

    Have the exact same question…

  39. 48mugwump44 says:

    One more question,,does the rectangle file have teeh on the thickness side
    and not just on the flat side??

  40. Philthysquid says:

    Where can I find a decent set of files?

  41. 5ch3nk says:

    My guess would be look at the strings you have (the package), and find out
    what their diameter is. Use the file that matches in size.

  42. Pentaerythrittetrani says:

    should I do this step cause i dont want to loose my warranty

  43. David Allen says:

    thank u . i’m a drummer ,but have 2 bass guitars and this helped out alot
    for me. Bet it will make a big difference in sound and playing 4 me. Where
    can i get the feeler gauges? I had them in machine shop but idk where to
    buy them.?????

  44. gdw3 says:

    @centinelasdelnorte Of course.

  45. Michal Pando says:

    gotta replace it

  46. lester says:

    how can you tell if you need to file the nut? file down a fret? or adjust
    the neck with the truss rod? the first 5 frets on the E and G string are
    buzzing. when i look down the narrow fretboard facing the bridge dead
    center, i don’t see a bow or warp. however, the neck curves in on one side
    and out on the other at the same spot sideways, when you look down each
    side the same, maybe the neck is just made that way. it’s an electric
    acoustic if that matters

  47. Zackr27 says:

    Wouldn’t all this change if you started using a different gauge of strings?
    As in the slot may be too large or too small for ideal playability if the
    string gauge changed?

  48. sprintbass says:

    2:46 AHHH!

  49. audiojumble says:

    Why not order one off of the internet? Maybe you don’t have a computer. If
    not a Campbells soup tin lid is about right (I used mushroom & elk giblet
    flavor), and you can use it as tongue scraper afterwards, or a razor. Hope
    that helps.

  50. drewcp says:

    In step one, the truss rod was adjusted off of the first fret height by
    using a capo.