Wood Duck 10 Panel Beveling

Just starting my Wood Duck 10 build.  The manual calls for all bevels to be cut on the inside of the panels.  I just want to be sure I do these correctly.

With the bevels all cut on the inside any two panels that are to be stiched together when butted to each other would form a small valley?  If the two panels were laid flat and were straight , not curved, the butted panel bevels would form a "V"across the two panels.  Is this correct?



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RE: Wood Duck 10 Panel Beveling

The valley will give the tack weld and fillets something to grab, and also let the outer surfaces meet without gaps. You are better putting more bevel rather than less. 

The first picture on my build blog shows the bevel, and the v gap on the inside. 




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