I'm not familiar with your terms Mhd Mhg Chd Ghg. Sorry for my confusion. Can you clarify?
First cut the molds of the top parts in foam or presswood (Mhd... and Mhg). Then drill holes in them with grooves on the underside, to allow for the vacuum from the table to go thru the mold. See how they do http://www.rcsoaringdigest.com/pdfs/...SD-2006-04.pdf and following issues. Then cut the top cores (Chd and Chg...) in foam leaving some material below Z0. Then cut with a knife the material around the grooved part and place Chd on Mhd. Then cut the bottom part of your wing with your CNC machine (Cbd and Cbg..). It takes more or less 45 minutes for each operation on the CNC machine. When the moulds are made it means 4 hours per set (3 hours of machining plus 1 hour for adjustments, thinking....) but the result is a much better DLG.
You may use the software to compute Gcodes for your stab and rudder then using "copy, replace..." with "wordpad" and your knowledge of Gcode you can have one only Gcode file for the whole stab or rudder. Since they are smaller it is faster to cut them and it could be a good training, this is my suggestion.
Sanding is limited, less than one hour per set. You still have to make the grooves for the carbon spars...
You may contact me directly if any more questions.
Hope you will enjoy your next home made DLG!