Need to pick some minds of those experienced in wood lamination bending.
As I have mentioned I am in an on going project of reconstructing a woodbody Model T Towncar. I need to make forward doors to fit the existing framework.
I know the ins and outs of the laminations but I am in a confusion as to how much allowance for "Springback" when the piece is cured and removed from the jig (which I have yet to make) I need to incorperate that tollerance into the jig.
Here is a drawing of the desired door, I will need a 1/8 to 1/4 in clearance and try to keep it constand and at a minimum. Any help greatly appreciated.