I am considering building a set of shelves within a cupboard using
Contiboard (melamine coated chipboard?)
Just wondering if anyone has experience of cutting the same and whether
the veneer tends to chip.
Any recommendations gratefully received.
Just score the veneer with a sharp stanley knife along the lines that you
wish to cut (both sides of the board) and the use a fine-toothed panel saw
at a fairly 'flat' angle - oh, and support the end that is being cut off to
prevent it falling - I have used this method for donkey's years with good
Just sit back now and read the many differing ways of doing this that others
Good advice from Brian. I find it helps to use masking tape over the side
where the chipping occurs.
If you have a circular saw then make up one of these
Gives a perfectly straight cut & minimum chipping.
==============================A *small* pull saw will give an almost perfect cut without any prior
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