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Posted on Cutting mahogany countertop for farmhouse sink

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#1 posted 06-20-2018 03:31 PM

I’d go with a jigsaw to remove 95% of the material, then a router to clean it up. You’d never want to make the initial captured cut with a router if you didn’t have to. Far better to clean up an edge with a pattern bit or even just a straight bit and an edge guide.

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