Looks a little busy to me. Also, it is awfully small for a countertop. <G>
I assume that you are using your CNC router for this. If so, how do you
position a big, heavy countertop accurately for these cuts?
The CNC's travel will handle a piece 50" x 100". When the table's
spoil-board is leveled by the router-spindle itself, the boundaries
(The X,Y ) are established. Repeatability is .004 over the whole area.
As far as big and heavy is concerned..I eat a lot of Wheaties. I slide
the slab onto the table from the open end, stick on some big honking
suction cups (really) and I have my way with any slab. My CNC is not
set up to deal with granite or quartz. I only machine dry.
There are two ways to tackle the problem. The first is to attach a fence
to the table (I have one that runs along the x-axis or long edge of the
table) and use the router to machine a true face for work to bear against.
The second (if the router control is set up to allow it) is to use a
device like the one at
to accurately locate a reference corner of the workpiece. For large
workpieces, I use a combination of both methods.
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