I'm thinking about making a workbench out of CNC-cut plywood with the legs as several layers of plywood.
I'm thinking about attaching the legs to the skirt (top frame to make rigid or whatever it's name is) like this (this only shows one leg, the horizontal part is the skirt, it will extend further after I mirror the leg to get the other 3 legs in the CAD):
In this design I need inside square corners which the CNC cutter cannot do.
The question is if I design it with square corners, then round the corners right before sending the files to the CNC shop to accommodate for the limitation of the cutter, will it be easy to cut the square inner corners manually afterwards with enough precision for the parts to match?
Or is it better to accommodate for round corners in the design somehow so that it all connects with round corners?