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The most popular, the corners are square (90 degrees) and have been finshed so they are safe to handle.
The corners are rounded at about a 1/2" radius. Typically people will round the corners if they walk past the board often in a commercial kitchen.
Unfinished (Saw Cut)
Not very common, there is no finishing and the corner is sharp.
The most popular, the edges of the board are square and have been finshed (deburred) so they are safe to handle.
We will round the edges so they are not square, often referred to as rounded.
Unfinished (Saw Cut)
Not very common, this is just like it says. No finishing, edges are sharp. Typically people use this option in custom applications.
Also commonly referred to as juice troughs, juice grooves are one of our most requested customizations. We simply route a small trough around the perimeter of your board to catch drippings from carving meat.
Number of Sides
Refrigeration door gaskets are typically 4 sided - meaning they go around all four sides of the door. Gaskets can be 3 sided but this is most common on walk in cooler/freezer doors. Walk in doors sometimes have a door sweep on the bottom and this replaces the bottom side of the gasket.
Short Side / Long Side
To custom make a gasket we need to know the outside edge dimensions of the gasket. For "Short Side", please measure the shorter of the two sides and enter the dimension into the drop downs. The whole number goes into the first drop down and the fraction goes into the second drop down. For "Long Side", please measure the longer of the two sides and enter the dimension into the drop downs. The whole number goes into the first drop down and the fraction goes into the second drop down. Make sure you're measuring outside edge dimensions of the gasket, from outside corner to outside corner.