Plastic Laminate Edge Banding Ideas

Apr 17th

Plastic laminate edge banding – This is to cut thin sheets of plastic laminate, including using chain saws, routers, hand knives, dolphin-nosed tin snips and even office paper cutters. But the cut laminate-faced plywood, particle board or medium density fiber board without chipping requires a special blade and careful handling.

Wood Plastic Laminate Edge Banding
Wood Plastic Laminate Edge Banding

Instructions

Cutting both thin sheet and particle backed plastic laminate edge banding without chipping. Attach special 60- to 80-tooth thin kerf carbide blades with high alternate top-bevel profile grind to your table saw. This will prevent material from slipping under the fence when cutting. Use a push bar to keep the material against the fence while feeding it through the saw at a steady pace.

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Take the overhanging strip laminate from the edge of a newly surfaced countertop with a laminates care slitter. Adjust the fence to the desired width. Place the material through the slot in the tool with the fence against the edge of the laminate.

Place a small hand router fitted with an edge cutting bit on the impending laminate surface as an alternative to using a hand torn. Install a special downward cutting blade to a reciprocating saw before cutting laminates faced particle or MDF.  Do irregular profile or circular incision on the laminate board with a pair of dolphin-nosed tin snips.  Be extra careful not to cut a finger on the sharp edge of the plastic laminate edge banding when handling the material.