Re: Has anyone gone to a wood workshop with design+wood and gotten a CNC'd body?
a CAD drawing is only half the story, the CAM (machine toolpaths) need to be programmed as well in my experience and that is a job in itself....
I recommend you buy a body or submit a drawing to a machine shop where you will have to pay for programming time.
The body is far from finished when it emerges from the CNC, sanding, output jack, drill thru's for pickup wiring and others depending on body type.
depending on the software at the machine shop, sometimes a fully 3D drawing is enough... but I only have experience with one type of CNC software so cant really comment