I'm about to start a kaholo 12-6 from plans. I've only built kits in the past so I'll have lots of questions to be sure.
Cutting the scarf for the plywood is my biggest concern. I have a couple specific questions that I haven't found an answer to (yet) in the forum or the shop tips.
1) the scarf for 3mm ply is one inch. The manual shows the pieces stacked in a stair step fashion in order to cut multiple sheets at once. Is the stepback in this stair step approach the one inch or is is something more or less? I hope that made sense.
2) When stacking the sheets to cut the scarf am I correct in assuming they should alternate "good side" up then "bad side" up in order to have the sheets glue together with the entire length then being a "good" side for the exterior of the board and the other being the "bad side" for the interior of the board. I did a mock up using post-it notes and this seemed to work but I want to make sure before committing to the real thing.
I'll expirament with some scrap and be using a sharp blade. Any help with these questions is greatly appreciated!
Patrick-17lt, duckling, kaholo 12-6