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Blog series by Frankie Talarico Jr. updated 03-29-2009 11:14 PM 3 parts 14681 reads 2 comments total

Part 1: How to build a corian countertop with an apron

03-20-2009 02:28 PM by Frankie Talarico Jr. | 2 comments »

There are a few corrections on the first page and can be seen here. This information is from an actual build of a corian countertop. This was a job for united technologies 6 restrooms with three undermount sinks each. Photos were taken along the way. I will be as clear as possible on all the steps needed to accomplish this. We are lucky enough to have a CNC for the cutouts. Laying them out on cad is extremely cost effective. If you dont have on you can use a mock-up piece you cut from p...

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Part 2: how to build a corian countertop: part two

03-24-2009 11:20 PM by Frankie Talarico Jr. | 0 comments »

Well I can’t seem to find time to resize all my pics so i’m going to continue this tutorial here Once I get around to it I’ll post the tutorial as a set. I’ll fix the pictures then post. I will finish this with the third and final segment Thursday. This is the second installment. covered in this segment:steps 8 – 16.-trimming cutouts-glueing buildup-rounding underside of sinks-sanding edges-glueing and setting an apronPart 1 and 2 are found hereThanks fo...

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Part 3: Building a corian countertop Part 3

03-29-2009 11:14 PM by Frankie Talarico Jr. | 0 comments »

ok it’s finally done. Now i can move on to bigger better things. Or just things in gerneral. I hope this how-to gives users a good grasp on what to expect when attempting a project like this. It took me 46 hours to complete 6 tops. I had a helper with me to help move them around and do back clamping for me. I will have new stuff coming so keep an eye peeled. How to build a corian/avonite countertop for thoses following along,just the final installment here Thank you for taking...

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