"Hi Michale, Plywood has a lower strenght than the hardwood normaly used in beams, so you should increase the thickness where you change hardwood with plywood, this thickness increase shoud be proportional to the strenght ratio of hardwood/plywood.…"
"... and check the quality of the cutting. Sixes indicated on blueprint is for planned wood. So, with the table saw, you may need an electric plane, or a machine... well, don't know the name in English... dégauchisseuse. Ah! Planning…"
"OK, beg, borrow, or steal a table saw from someone and use this to mill all the lumber parts for your Hitia. Nobody is going to stock the exact sizes you need. They, like you would need to mill it from larger boards. You might as well do it yourself."
"Thank you both. Omar, i am talking about the timber. We hace 1" x 1' x 6m timber that we hace to cut into ½ ¾ etc. Strips. The framing. Since we hace this wood we want to know if cutting forma this purpose or buy the cutted…"
"If I understand the question, it is efficient to cut the curves in the plywood with a handheld circular saw. I would gang the four pieces together and cut them as one. Set the depth of cut to just be sufficient to go through the all material."