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Cutting curved and straight kitchen plinth board

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by Samcdavies, 21 May 2013.

  1. Samcdavies

    Samcdavies

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    I have a curved glossy white plinth piece and several 3m straight lengths that I need to cut all the way along the top (as they are all too tall) and at the ends (approx 16 end cuts and 8 or 9 cuts along the top).

    Can anybody advise the best method and tool(s) to achieve this?


    Thanks in advance
    Sam
     
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    I use a cheap table saw, has a fine blade and guide ensures an equal cut.
     
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    Does the top (right under the units) need to be that perfect, as they are back under the units and never seen. You very often see a gap in-between the top and the unit...
     
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