Hi, I've been reading up on how to build boats using the stitched plywood over bulkheads method. It results in an extremely light yet strong craft, and I was wondering how applicable this method might be for wooden aircraft construction. https://www.christinedemerchant.com/stitch-and-glue-boatbuilding.html I've designed an airframe (using DevFus), and it seems like an ideal candidate for stitch and glue fabrication. The idea would be to run stringers front/aft, and then bond/stitch 2mm plywood strips lengthwise to these. I'm going to test the method on a scale model and see how it works out. Comments? Duncan PS This is not an actual project - more of a side-interest. I am currently working on the fuselage of my AeroMax.