Use a diamond 40 grit abrasive blade, if you plan on cutting alot, carbide
will dull fast, but will do a fairly good job, for edging use a good
carbide bit, Whiteside or Amana. most others will chip over time.
I am a certified fabricator, I cut a lot of Solid Surface.
also certified, but that means little, since I haven't worked it much. I
was told to use
a solid-surface blade or one with 0-degree hook (which works fairly well).
I was also
told to use a 3 horse router, but my 1.5 PCs works pretty well if I have
Would appreciate some input on the abrasive blades. Thanks.
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