How To Install Post Formed Laminate Countertops

Nov 24th

Post Formed Laminate Countertops – Post formed countertops are prefabricating based on agglomerate or substrate with a finishing laminate. They are available in various lengths in 1 or 2-foot increments in residential construction centers. Instructions: Place the cover face down on a pair of trestles. Place towels on the top edge of the trestles to protect the laminate finish, if desired. Move the trestles as necessary to making sure they are not directly under the area to be cut.

Post Formed Laminate Countertops Sink
Post Formed Laminate Countertops Sink

The cut should be making from the bottom of the cover to avoid skipping the post formed laminate countertops finish on top. Measure near the front edge of the worktop with a tape measure and mark the desired length with a pencil. Measure from the back of the cover and on the dashboard in the same way. Connect all marks with a ruler and a pencil to make a continuous line across the entire width of the post formed laminate countertops and top. Measure the width of the edge of the circular saw blade to the cutting guide edge of the saw.

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Transfer this measurement to the bottom of the pen line cover you made earlier. Hold the circular saw up to the post formed laminate countertops, making sure that the cutter guide is pushing against the scrap piece of the wood. Make sure that the cutting blade rests on the previously made pencil line.