Cutting Bathroom Vanity Top

I need to cut about 3 inches from a BORG vanity top to reduce the width. I found this link on one way to do it, and was wondering if this will work or someone has a better way?
I don't really want to invest in some sort of masonry saw.
http://www.terrylove.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-3773.html
Thanks for any advice.
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Can't give advice as I don't understand the situation.
What material is it?
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Can't give advice as I don't understand the situation.
What material is it?
It is the cultured marble stuff that you buy off the shelf. As I understand it, it is really an epoxy or acrylic resin.
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Perry Aynum wrote:

grinder. Ive also used a router with a carbide bit.
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Just cut a vanity top about 4 months ago. 48" cultured marble 3/4 inches too wide. Harbor Freight diamond blade for the circular saw (about $6 on sale) did an easy job of it. I did clamp a straight edge to the bottom of the vanity and put masking tape on the top to minimize chipping. Wife stood by with a small dribble of water from the garden hose. Turned out absolutely professional looking.
Ivan Vegvary
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