The necks were taken to the sander and cleaned up. That epoxy is tough but ugly stuff. Sanded each neck clean and flat.
With that done it was time to plot out the shape preparing for the band saw.
You want to cut just a little wide of the scribed line. You can shave, rasp and sand down to the exact shape you want, but you can't add wood if you take off too much.
Now it is time to plot out and cut the slots that the sides will eventually fit into. this is called the Spanish method because it is the way classic Spanish guitars were built.
I am testing the proper width of the slot with a scrap of curved wood of the same thickness that the sides will be. Notice that it is curved also. Much easier to get it right now than when you are trying to install the sides.
Here are the major parts for two tenor ukuleles. It is whittling time. First the soundboard braces, then the necks. The fun part begins. I love to whittle.