Phisherman (in email@example.com) said:
| On Sun, 07 May 2006 02:10:44 GMT, "ppdavid"
|| Is there a good way to apply a pattern to a sheet of plywood so
|| that all the lines and marks are there for cuts and holes to
| Perhaps you could make templates from hardboard or cardboard sheets?
Phisherman's suggestion is a good one. I'd narrow it down to just the
hardboard - 1/8" for limited usage or 1/4" for longer template life.
I've had a number of local cabinetmakers come to me to have hardboard
templates CNC cut for projects requiring more than usual precision -
most recently a set of templates that were used to do the decorative
inlays for the executive conference table at the Science Center of
Iowa. If the CNC approach seems appropriate for your project, I'd be
glad to hook you up with some shops in your area - but it'll be up to
you to produce a DXF file and negotiate a good price.
DeSoto, Iowa USA