Our stone panels can be cut with traditional wood or plastic cutting tools (band saws, circular saws or jig saws). When cutting with a panel or table saw a carbide tipped triple-chip blade is recommended. When drilling the panels, be sure to use a backing support or chipping may result. Also, drilling should be done at least 2 inches (50 mm) from any edge to prevent edge cracking.


Miter Seam

Very strong seam for most corner conditions, such as light boxes, showcase boxes, and return-to-wall panels.

Tongue and Groove Seam

For connecting flat panels, minimal visible effect when backlit.

Overlap Seam

For connecting flat panels. Minimal visible effect when backlit.