Step-by-step instructions and list of necessary tools for cutting out a rectangular sink.
- Core the corners with a wet core drill bit (most common core bit size is 1-3/8″ – can use with the Alpha® VSP-320 or other appropriate machine.)
- Then cut the straight sections with the AccuGlide.
- Use a Jig Saw and diamond blade (or angle grinder and 4.5″ straight diamond blade) for finishing the tag left behind by the circular saw blade. Always use GFCI protection.
- Polish the inside corners using a 4″ polish pad on a 3″ backer pad on the VSP-320. This set up allows for polishing straight runs but also has extra flex for the inside corner.
- Use the Alpha® Profiler B to profile the top edge if needed.
- Use a plastic coring template with a 1-3/8” core bit to drill your faucet holes.
TOOLS & TOOLING LIST
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- AccuGlide Saw #APR12BG OR #ACL12G
- #AT-VSP320 – Alpha® Variable Speed Wet Polisher (can also use with Alpha® profilers & wet core drill bits)
- Alpha #DCB01375 Wet Core Bit – 1 3/8″
- Jig Saw with diamond blade
- Angle Grinder
- 4 1/2” grinder blade such as #BEFX45
- Plug stone in 60 & 120 grit
- #AT-PFB101 – Alpha® B Profiler 3/8” Roundover
- #AT-PFB051 – Alpha® B Profiler 3/16” Roundover
- #AT-EX40KIT or #AT11CR4SET – Alpha® polishing pads, full set of diamond grits
- #AT-GP35/8PD – 3″ Alpha® Tools Flexible Backer Pad with 5/8″-11 Threads
- #AT-GP45/8PD – 4″ Alpha® Tools Flexible Backer Pad with 5/8″-11 Threads