I was lucky enough to pick up a used bakers bench. It's 4' x 8' x 2 1/4" and was made by the Boos company. It's in pretty good shape.
In order to use it for our countertop I will have to do a little cut and splice. It's nearly twice as wide as we need but not quite long enough; I have enough material to do the job if I can just make clean cuts and a good splice.
The bench is very heavy- 324 lbs.- and it's going to be a challenge cutting it. I envision setting up a staging area on the ground and cutting it with a skill saw, but I'd appreciate suggestions, advice, warnings. I'll have to make about a 6 ft. rip cut and a 2 ft. cross cut as well as the sink cut out.