Certainly, loft on the

Posted by Charlie Jones on Dec 9, 2006

plywood. And stack the two sides, or any mirror image parts, loft on one, cut both out just outside the lines and plane down to the lines. You do have to give some advance thought to the inner and outer faces, and set it up so both are in or both are out, so you'll get real mirror images.

If you'll go to a tool dealer you can find a block of "stuff" designed to clean belt sander belts. Get one of those- absolutely THE BEST for erasing lines on plywood. One block will last for YEARS, and you can also clean sanding belts *grin*

In Response to: Lofting etc. by -Karl on Dec 9, 2006


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