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Old 4th November 2016, 08:39 PM   #1
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Default l'Stylo 105 Build

I'm thinking of trying a l'Stylo 105 build and am wondering about the optional bracing mentioned in the plans, which refer to the bracing sheet in the Super Pensil 12 plans, (p.4).

I know the answer is "yes," but how emphatically do the designers recommend constructing the bracing?

Also, the Super Pensil 12 plans recommend using 19mm material for several perpendicular pieces within the space. Is the same material thickness and piece count recommended for the much smaller l'Stylo 105? Seems like it would really fill up the space.

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Old 4th November 2016, 08:44 PM   #2
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L’Stylo 105 was drawn with ” material (mostly due to Scott “thinks in inches” and that is how long the vent needs to be) but i’s use 15mm ply if i was to do a build. With extra bracing you might get away with 12mm. In both a bit of buildup on the back of the baffle at the bottom to give the correct vent depth.

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OK, thanks. And do you think the vent pattern shown in the Super Pensil 12 plans would work in the l'Stylo 105 with 15mm material?
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Yes, a similar holey brace is recommended. The holes do not have to be circular, you just want 30-35% holes.

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I've found that a couple of cheap forstner bits - at least two different sizes - make for faster and cleaner holes than a hole saw. They do make more mess though
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