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Y is Y/8 of an inch.... except when it is 10 then it is 1 inch and when it is 20 it is 2inches... so a Y of 4 is 4/8 or 1/2inch and there is no Y of 8 because that would become a 10, basically counting in base 8 (or 1/8ths of an inch...)!
We can get hold of plywood and the design shown here was completed using 5 and a half pieces of 8'x4' plywood some scraps of pine from our kit crate (thanks Zenith for using great wood, well dried and straight) and 3 pieces of 2" (50mm) square section each 18' long, not to forget a few screws left over from a roofing job (self tapping) and some screws from the Zenith crate (thanks again Sebastien).
I realize that we could have put storage inside each of the three plinths, but that is not a major issue, at this time. The two trainee aircraft technicians (Jennifer and Patricia) that made this bench with Jonathan wondered about using their new skills on making a new set of Kitchen cabinets for Elizabeth!!! Jonathan objected.on the grounds that getting the medical aircraft built and operational must come before the Kitchen cupboards (Elizabeth understands, as always!)
3M Trim adhesive works a treat. You spray it on both surfaces, let it dry, then push them together.
Thank you, Paul.
I have got a can of 3M spray adhesive. I will try it tomorrow for the bottom of my battery box.