The detailed build instructions have been uploaded as a .pdf in the uploaded files section.
NOTE: 09/03/2020: The alloy channel is hard to get in the US however a reader has found this link to a store that WILL ship to the US:
Meanwhile, the build instructions have been broken down into 2 parts:
a) Construction of the electronics and wiring loom and
b) Assembly of the aluminium extrusions and 3D printed parts.
In the updates I have already included a video showing how to use the DigiGurdy from the visual viewpoint of a user (Project Log #6) and also a video showing how to use it with the attached FluidSynth mobile phone application (Project Log #7).
I have provided a parts listing. However please look at the parts listing .pdf file in the uploaded files section which gives you a lot more details on each of the parts you need plus suggestions as to where to buy them from, i.e. the online search terms to use.
Below I give you an updated video outlining all the main steps of the construction process.