I am starting to make a plywood piece for my kids playroom. It will be mostly ply except for the trim pieces and will be 24" deep. One side will have cubbies going 12" deep then the other size adjustable shelves 12" deep. I'm going to put a piece of 1/4' ply in the middle somehow to break them up.
My question is regarding the dado's for the cubby shelves. I planned on making stopped dado's being I am only going 12" in but am trying to decide on the best way to clean up the ends and make them square. Is it as simple as a chisel? Never Chiseled plywood before but I would imagine it would be difficult to keep looking clean.
Any suggestions would be helpful.