Say ,Rick, I forgot to ask you what thickness of Plastic laminate did you get? There are 2 grades,i.e. thicknesses, countertop which is the thick stuff and the door and side panel p-lam which is thinner?
In case anyone is interested. I work in a commercial cabinet shop, and order about $75,000 in laminate a year. So I know a little about laminate.
Things are a bit different than they were in 2015.
There used to be 3 common grades of laminate, and there still are from some manufacturers. (There are actually a lot of other specialty grades)
Vertical Grade, which is about 0.028" thick.
Post Forming Grade, which is about 0.038" thick. (Used to be mainly used for countertops with bullnose edges and integral backsplashes, where it's bent using high heat.)
And Horizontal Grade (or Countertop Grade), which is about .05-.06" thick.
These days, most manufacturers are no longer making the thicker Horizontal grade. Stock thicknesses are now Vertical Grade, or Postforming Grade.
Postforming grade is what you would use for a router table.