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Solid surface worktop or laminate help

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by bmx, 7 Feb 2015.

  1. bmx

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    I have been looking for some solid surface worktop that i can fit using my jig and router and all i can seem to find is earthstone. They only have a few colours. Are there other brands that can be fitted like a laminate with the jig?
     
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    That's not how you joint solid surface properly, but if you want to, good luck!
     
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    Is earthstone not a chipboard and stone sandwich?
     
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    The earth stone i fitted was chipboard and resin type material sandwich, comes up seamless if you fit it properly, but you don't neccasirly need a router, you can joint it with a festool skill saw, initially!

    If you want to do stone yourself, I wouldn't bother, get the skilled trades in.

    The Germans do a huge range of laminate worktops see if you can find a German kitchen supplier in your area, or you could try Symphony Kitchens
     
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