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TomW1 wrote: ↑
Fri Apr 20, 2018 1:57 pm
Capt UB your request involves 9 sheets of plywood and only 4 small pieces that are not part of the hull. It might be cheaper for Jeff and his crew not to have to reset their programs and to get just all 9 sheets cut as already set up. Question for you Jeff? I am just asking as I don't know how the CNC panels are set up.
Tom the CnC cut sheet (longer and Puzzle Joints) is different then the plans. All is OK with Jeff. Not for this year, but 2019.
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Good 'nough just curios. I love the C17 and as you know I started building her.
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