If you want your countertop to turn a corner, you will need to join two lengths. Options for joining are limited by the material the countertop is made from, and whether its profile is square or rounded.
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Square edges mean that two sections of countertop can be easily and neatly butt-joined without the need for a countertop jig. (Round edged countertops should be joined with a countertop jig, as used by professionals.) For square edges, cut the countertop lengths to size and, if necessary, scribe. Apply wood glue along one of the joining edges.
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