Cutting a circle was interesting as the goal is usually a perfectly square cut. I used a 5 inch concave diamond blade and a home made compass! 16 inches in diameter with a negative angle for a table top for Blue Door designs in Boston.
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I made these two mahogany tables with pocket screws. The tops are made from an old, Alberene double basin that I picked up broken. Pretty context without oil in this type of soapstone when finished to 400 grit. I made one big top first out of 7 separate pieces (shown below) then cut it evenly in half.