In this case, it is a simple boat with no strongback components, but you can see how the parts are laid out and labelled. They come tabbed into the full sheet allowing you to identify and label the part.
Parts strapped together for a pick up
Planking for a kit cut with NC Scarf
Readying a plywood kit for Echo Bay
The parts do not necessarily need to be cut out. The tabs will usually snap apart and at most we use a small hand saw. Note the tabs in the parts pictured. This is unique to the plywood kits, known as “tab-n’-Lock”