what a good edge looks like
These are some pics of nicely finished edges:
Below is a laminated edge with an almost invisible hairline at the joint between the top and the laminate piece.
Below is a mitered apron. Note the absence of a discernable line at the joint at the top AND the corner.
The following is a "waterfall" edge. The stone is "Fusion". Note the top 90 degree angle has been slightly rounded by hand to significantly reduce the potential for chipping.
This is a triple laminate rock pitched limestone. Rock pitching thru a lamination often doesn't work because the cleavage plan of the chisel often leaves "ledges" at the lamination joint. We tell our customers we will "give it a try" if thats what they want but that they also must select an alternate edge profile if the stone and/or the laminations don't allow rock pitching. (I have a shop guy with 20 years experience doing rock pitching so if it can be done we can do it.)