One other question, is stainless worth using instead of aluminum?. I figure aluminum would be much easier to cut, besides being cheaper.
You already have a diamond blade on you grinder sitting, it will cut profile alright...less to carry in.
that works. used to use my dewalt tile saw to cut then but the joints were never perfect. a chop saw cuts them so much nicer even without alloy blade.
angus242 said:Aluminum, specifically Schluter profiles, won't corrode unless a cementitious product is left on the surface of the profile. Alkaline water sitting on an aluminum surface can corrode it. A properly built shower would not allow alkaline water to collect on a profile, therefore, it's no problem using a Schluter profile on a curb. Yes, I've done it many times.