I understand about scarfing, but....
Novice builder, here, so be kind with your rebukes!
I was just wondering, since scarfing plywood to gain the necessary length is so prevalent, is it possible and prudent to consider laminating sheets for thickness?
Specifically, several of the designs I am considering for my next project require a relatively small amount of 3/4", (or 18 mil.), plywood for the transom. Other requirements will result (I think) in leftover 6 mil. and 12 mil. plywood. I have worked with some pretty stout adhesives over the years, and I believe I could glue up enough for the job.
Comments solicited- Criticism humbly accepted- Smart a** remarks no problem! (I'm prone to make them on occasion....)
Last edited by coopercdrkey; 04-30-2012 at 03:54 PM.
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