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Thread: New Life for Salvaged Corian

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    Default New Life for Salvaged Corian

    Had a neighbor redoing his kitchen. He replaced the Corian counter tops and I got a few pieces. One of those someday projects. One came up and I gave it a try. Carves very nice and already had a finish on it. I filled the carving with DAP tub and tile filler which supported some of the fine cuts and was quite easy....fill it in wipe off with sponge and water.

    Sorry about image being off, not sure why it did that.
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    What bits did you use , And what depth did you cut, how many passes ?? Nice project

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    Nice "salvage job" Ken!!
    scott
    Scott Plaisted
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    I used .0625 end mill .5 in/sec 9 passes to a depth of .25 on the fish.Go fish same. Bar and grill carve .25 depth
    Life is like a project you continue to work on until it's finished.
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    MUCH better pic Ken!
    Well done!!
    scott
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    2013 Desktop/spindle/VCP 9
    Maine

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