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Save me time: which farmhouse sinks seat and do counter cut properly

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I never do these except once and recall having to make a new CAD block for the symbol so it worked.  

 

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Gene.

 

I did one on the plan I am working on wand took a standard cab,removed the drawer and set the cab height to allow the sink to sit on top and did a custom counter top.

 

Hope this helps.Ken

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I do the same as Ken.  Sink Symbols will cut counter tops but not the underlying cabinets.  You just have to think of them the same as you would a big gas cooktop.

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4 hours ago, GeneDavis said:

I never do these except once and recall having to make a new CAD block for the symbol so it worked.  

 

Here's a one I put together, Please note I have an eased edge molding on the custom countertop.

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Thanks!  I found the one I did three years ago, and recall what I got into doing it.

 

Using Sketchup, I modeled one of Kohler's SS apron sinks, imported it into Chief, and then used the Kohler top cutout template data to create the cutout polyline that's the part of the sink symbol's CAD block that does the cutout.

 

It was that exercise that taught me about how symbols that insert into cab tops cut counters.

 

Yours is great and does what mine does not, which is to ease the cutout's top edge.

 

For max reality when doing 3D renders, yours is best.

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