Kitchen tops, Islands, Peninsule with border reported

Ceramic slabs normally used for kitchen tops have a variable thickness between 12 and 20 mm.

When one needs the view effect of a thicker top or one is willing to show the top side, then it is possible to replicate the side.

📐 The process foresees a 46° cut, gluing, and grinding with the addition of a wood lintel or composite material.

📐 The minimum height of the reposition edge cannot be inferior to 20 mm.

📐A further variation of the top with a repositioned edge is the one where the edge goes also under the kitchen top. This is the typical case of kitchen tops jutting from the cabinets – so they need to be clad on the lower part as well – or kitchen islands or peninsulas.

If the kitchen top has a repositioned edge, the rubber hammer cannot be used to push it. All operations must be carried out with bare hands.

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