Here's an island I made (c&p from another forum):
When I left the Uk just over 2 years ago about the most adventurous thing I'd built was a flat pack bed and had never even heard of Hopper Bevels and Bi-sected joins.
Friday I'd finished this kitchen island unit and installed it in it's new home.
It was very scary watching all my hard work flying through the air on the Hi-ab but luckily everything held together.
Just a little run down on the specs.
The whole house is worth about $3.5 million and is a technological marvel, the owner can control anything electrical by his Iphone.
It's all made from 6.25 sheets of Cameo White Corian (if theres any Corian fabricators here they'll know how bad this colour is for bruises and join lines).
It's 3.5m x 1.8m and 0.92m high.
The front and sides are all CNC'd with images of Cabbage trees and I had to make them twice as the CNC company decided to practice on the Corian we gave them instead of the MDF I we made up
All the CNCing had to have the sharp edges sanded off which took me nearly 2 days and I still can't feel my fingers.
I think including the Install I spent 200 hours on this top.
The finished top in the workshop
What it will look like at night
Watching fly through the air had the old cutting muscle tightening lol
In place ready to flip over. the little TV screen in the background is worth the same as my Holden :doublesho
The womens view :lol:, once the cupboards and draws are in they'll all have Corian draw fronts added on.
Finally in place, my Boss and Workshop manager finally glad nothing went wrong.