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I posted an ad on Craigslist looking for Corian remnants (projects for my CNC). I had a response from somebody local. He bought some used Corian countertops and is installing most of it. He offered to sell me whatever he had left. I explained to him that I was willing to pay for the remnants, but only at the raw price. Not interested in the back splash, sinks, etc. Any idea what a fair price per sq.ft would be? Google wasn't much help. TIA

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Purchased new from Wilsonart it runs around 800 to 1000$ for a 12' x 30" piece,this is the only size you can buy it, so around 30$ a foot new.
We are suppose to leave the sink and stove cutouts for the customer. Yes I am an installer.
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Purchased new from Wilsonart it runs around 800 to 1000$ for a 12' x 30" piece,this is the only size you can buy it, so around 30$ a foot new.
We are suppose to leave the sink and stove cutouts for the customer. Yes I am an installer.
We're talking just raw material, raw edges, no back splash, etc.

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Yes, just a slab 1/2" thick.
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To clarify.. $30 per square foot, not lineal foot! Expensive stuff!

Small remnants are usually available on eBay. Not even real cheap there!

Here is some at $15 per sq ft...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Corian-acryl...item23120c7c70

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HERE is where I buy my 1/4" Corian for lithopanes.

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Thanks, George. Checked the link, looks like he is closed for a while. Looked at his profile once before. He is local here in MN. Used to run a cabinet shop that did high end Corian work. They had a shop guy that did some amazing stuff with Corian.

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If you are still looking for remnants of Corian and other types of solid surface material, solidsurfacedotcom has a vast selection of colors/patterns as well as sizes, too! Hope this helps.
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Also check out this site, https://sites.google.com/site/coriartinc/
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