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Building a One sheet boat

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Step 3: Cutting the Sides and Bottom

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Use the Tape measure and measure in from each of the side factory edges 12". Do it on both sides and both ends. I marked it using a sharpie so it would show up in the pictures. Next set it on top of the 2 2x4's leaveing a gap of 3-4 inches.

Set your Circular saw so that it just cuts through your ply and does not cut into your work surface.

Run it down both lines so that you have two strips 12 inches wide and 1 piece that is about 23 1/2 inches wide (You wil need to measure yours for the next step).
 
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colorex3 years ago
Do you know what your username means in ecuadorian spanish?
Verga (author)  colorex3 years ago
It is my last name, I am 1/2 Sicilian and in that language it means "Staff" or "Walking stick". Since this is a family site let's not get into any other translations.
colorex Verga3 years ago
As you wish. It means youre not latin. If you were, I would have reported you...
By the way I might build this some day. Nice Instructable!
paulie90263 years ago
Quick tip for you....if you cut all of your plywood parts on a sheet of 2 inch board insulation, your work surface doesn't have to suffer. Trust me..I learned this on the hard way!
Verga (author)  paulie90263 years ago
Good tip.
I just layed mine on 2 2x4'sand set the circular saw depth for 1/2 inch.
But your method will give it more stability.
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