Draw Non-Standard Backsplash Or Waterfall Edge

 Scenarios that call for drawing a backsplash or edge manually (instead of the built-in backsplash feature) include:

  • Quoting a mitered edge with a waterfall (to capture material needed for waterfall).
  • Using a different material for backsplash than the countertop material
  • Applying a different edge type to backsplash than the countertop edge
  • Gap/split in backsplash for a window or range hood
  • Need to put a backsplash on an edge that is comprised of a bumpout.
  1. After drawing the main countertops, draw the splash or edge as a separate top.draw the splash or edge as a separate top
  2. Label each piece with text.label each piece with test
  3. On Step 3, mark which edges will be finished, unfinished, or have miter seam.mark which edges will be finished, unfinished, or have miter seam.
  4. Optional: If the splash will be a different color, separate the splash into a different area.separate splashes into different areas if using different material
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