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    I just received about 30 pieces of corian. All from sink cutouts. My only problem now is what shapes to cut out of them. There is a large whole in all of them which plays into the problem. See pictures to see what I am talking about. Any suggestion as to which shapes what be greatly appreciated. I would like shapes with as little waste as possible. THANKS!
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    How lucky can you get; especially at the price of corian these days. Cheese or sliced (cubed) salami, pepperoni boards don't have to be any shape in particular so you can make them free-form and just cut around the inside of the hole and slit. You could also incorporate the hole if you want to put a small Chinese style tea cup in the hole for dips or mustard.

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