Ahhh Adirondack low profile

My wife’s happy with her new Adirondack chair, which I made from 1" mahogany on my Onefinity Woodworker X-35. I bought 4/4 rough cut wood from a local supplier, thickness planed to 1" and used my .25" Jenny bit. I made all the parts (except for straight cuts) on my Onefinity. Two parts were laid out diagonally because they exceeded the X/Y dimension. It has a uniquely comfortable seat - low & deep curve, which I derived from an old chair we had. I disassembled it, photographed the parts and digitized them in Vectric VCarve Pro. I’m very happy with the outcome. More importantly, she’s delighted.

Here’s the file:

Here’s a link to PDF that explains my process: