I had hoped that the CNC process would create templates that matched up more precisely. How've, there was a few spots that needed clean up h a flush trim router bit.
I also routed a channel through the middle template wall for the marker light wiring.
In picked up the cedar planks do used a planer to clean up both sidesaddle and create boards that are all exactly the same thickness.
I'm using my harbor freight trailer as a workbench, and laid the cedar boards out and attached the inner template.
Using a flush trim plunge router, I removed all the excess wood.
I need to cut out the door, then attach the pieces to the inner template.
Before I removed the cedar planks from the template above, I marked the position of the door with a pencil. I used a jigsaw to cut the door sections out. Here is the top plank with the door seciton removed with about 1/8" excess, that will need to be removed with a trim router once the boards are secured.
I plan on using PL adhesive this weekend to attach the cedar to the template and then flip the entire this over to secure with wood screws.