That, and I also just need the coffee.
The curved side pieces on the transom frame are, (or rather, were), a bit thicker than the rest of the frame. It would've been fine to leave them that way. However, I decided to sand them down flush with the rest of the frame, and collect the wood dust in the process. It will certainly be needed as I assemble more Zip parts.
|Why a sanding block instead of a power sander? Because the power sander blows this wood dust everywhere.|
|Sweep it up with a brush...|
|Scoop it up with a squeegee...|
|...and collect it for future use.|