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Posted on cutting a circle in a laminate counter top

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#1 posted 02-06-2018 11:13 PM

Laminate is pretty resistant to chipping as long as the bit is sharp you will be fine.

Rather than cuting the circle out with a router bit, I would cut it close to final dimension with a jigsaw and use a template and pattern bit. The more passes you make the more potential for chipping one little error or hiccup and you re done.

- rwe2156

Incorrect… Just use the router…A plunge router

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