Deep cut moldings and moldings that are undercut take longer to produce and increase the time and cost of production.
Molded pieces should be no less than 1-1/2″ thick at the thinnest point. Thinner than this will cause the stone to break during machining.
Steps should be no less than ¼” to assure a sharp edge.
This design can break. If not in production, in handling.
Keeps steps at a minimun of 1/4″ to achieve a crisp edge.
The same look, but less production cost.