Not hard at all. It can be done on a metal cutting bandsaw in minutes.
You may end up with an ugly edge if appearance is a big factor. You can
probably cut it with a jig saw, but you can be pretty sure the edge will
really be ugly.
This sounds like an interesting project. I'm thinking try to leave a
bit extra so that you can bend the edge over with clamps and straight
edge, then carefully flatten- if you hammer, you'll have dents all
over- need to squeeze it. It is not likely to turn out cosmetically
perfect- ideas such as this seldom do, unless you're pretty skilled
You don't say how you intend to use it/ whether perfection matters.
Sometime toward the end of this piece of work, $100 might start to seem
pretty reasonable. I speak from experience.
Do a search for a wet bar sink on EBay. There are a couple
for under $30.00. You can cut a sink using a right angle
grinder with a thin (1/16") metal cutting wheel and a piece
of wood as a guide. Make multiple passes rather than one
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