How do I cut my own Corian countertops?

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You can use a fine-tooth circular saw to cut Corian, a carbide blade with 80 to 100 teeth being ideal. If you have fewer teeth (for example, a standard 40-tooth blade), use masking tape on the Corian to reduce splintering.
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