That’s awesome. It looks really nice. I guess you’re right that it’s not quite germane to this thread, but we’re a site for geeking out over building techniques, after all, so a little such digression is always fun.
I actually got white Corian in my kitchen specifically because it reminded me of something you’d see in a Starfleet medical lab. They actually use it in high-end laboratories now because it’s completely non-porous and easy to sterilize. The cool thing about it is that it actually goes together a lot like a Trek prop too (I know, everything comes back to Star Trek props for me.): it is milled and contoured using machining and sanding and then bonded together using a two-part epoxy resin, which is then sanded and buffed until the seam completely disappears. It was a lot of fun to watch them make it. It makes all kinds of seamless futuristic contours possible that you could never do in stone.
I’ve actually been looking for a prop project for a while that I could use Corian on; I just haven’t found the right one. You see it in store displays a lot these days. The Microsoft Store at the Prudential Center here is Boston is almost entirely made of Corian and laser cut mirrored acrylic, from the tables to the sign bases.
Everywhere I go nowadays, I’m always looking at stuff and asking myself: “if that were a Star Trek prop, how would I go about replicating it?” (which is why I have a picture of this in my phone).