Regarding the sink counter stainless fabrication:  Once the drawing is complete I’ll get together with Rob to discuss it. I’m hoping he can cut and punch it and get the one back radius bend (I hope his roller is long enough), then I can get the 3 sides bent square upstairs on the brake, square is easier. I don’t know how much work it would be to cut out the main sink, if he just punched the corners I can cut it.

I just checked the radius of the corners, pretty cool, open the door, turn the outer lights on, go in and turn on the table light. It’s a 1″ radius on the sink corners so anything smaller will do to square, we’ll use the same radius as the faucet holes.

Just had a thought, I’m not sure if the faucet holes have enough clearance for the nuts that hold them down, but if I clamp a scrap piece of 1×2 to the back frame, I can use a hole saw to cut a radius, that works. With the additional extension behind the frame to keep it square with the sloped wall it’s plenty strong. A bit confusing to explain in words, but it’ll be fine. Guess I’ll have to take a picture when I do it.

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