An edge profile can be made with a router or a table saw. When making an edge profile on Solid Textile Board, always use sharp tools and be careful not to burn the edges. This will give the best possible finish. Solid Textile Board in Cotton Blue is more fibrous, compared to the other colour variations, and as a result, making a clean edge with no or a minimum of frayed fibres in this colour can be difficult. Frayed fibres can be removed by sanding.
Bevelled edge profiles can be made with a table saw with an angled blade. Cutting bevelled edge profiles generates the least amount of frayed fibre and is generally the recommended process for making edge profiles on Solid Textile Board.
Rounded edge profiles can be made using a router.
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