When you are cutting worktops it's all about having the right blade for the right job. Here we have the ideal blades for working with solid surface. If you work with different solid surface worktops, some of which are entirely solid surface and some have a chipboard substrate, we would always recommend that you have a blade that you only use with those worktops that are entirely composed of solid surface materials. This is because the wear on the blade when cutting one type of material is even and gives a smoother, more consistent finish than if a blade is cutting both solid surface and chipboard.
The abilities of solid surface material to be curved, shaped and profiled are put to best use with the aid of a router and good quality router bit. We have developed our series of router bits on the principle that the quality of the finish is all the result of the ease with which the router bit can perform the task. Our spiral cutters are specially shaped to enhance extraction, removing the debris from the cutting face and allowing the router's power to concentrate on cutting the worktop. In the case of our profilers, we have designed them with substantial bodies for a more balanced and stable base that results in a higher quality finish.