Cutting laminate accurately
I'm laminating an existing bare wood "countertop" in my teardrop trailer galley. It will need to be cut as accurately as possible on one side as I will not be able use a trim router there. I can use one in the front edge and get pretty close to either side, (within 1 1/2 inches). I guess I'll hand trim the remaining length on the ends, but if anyone has any suggestions I'd appreciate them. My real question is how to accurately make the side cut the first time. The sides of the existing counter are butted against the walls of the trailer so I like to make one straight, clean and perfectly measured cut if possible. I will have to cut a small piece for the nose as well of course. Thanks y'all.
Last edited by BigJim; 03-19-2017 at 05:21 PM.