Sounds like there is no issue with grain orientation.I did create a template out of aluminum, and will use a skill saw to rough cut, then stack and route them to size.
I believe Scott is thinking circular saw while Pete is thinking scroll saw. Tom XL-7
.....Or you could laser cut them as i did here, if you know someone with a laser cutter.https://goo.gl/photos/eKkes49J4rEJhoe18cheers Paul
I had them done a while ago and the job cut about 66 ribs (i have spares) in about 86 minutes, they charged me about $250 AUD (current rate $180 USD back then it was a bit more) including setup for the privilege .whats amazing is the yield. I think we did abut 66 Ribs out of a 4' X 4' sheet of ply and I have also used the off cuts (spru) for other hand cut parts. If you had everything set up correctly you could technically cut all the parts. The only issue that I mentioned in an earlier post is that you have to allow for sanding to get the burn marks off to ensure good glue adhesion.Paul
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