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I disagree, if you band the edge with plastic laminate and use a premium contact adhesive it will not be a problem at all.
When I worked at John Deere in the factory they installed plastic laminate counter tops with undermount sinks in all of the washrooms. Those had 500 guys washing up everyday on 3 shifts and they never failed at the laminate edge. The sinks were always wet
Make your self a 1/2" plywood template of the sink cut out.careful to make it even and smooth. Rough cut the hole with a jig saw, and then use a router with a template bit and a rub collar or bearing to run on your template
Pick up some PVC edge banding from a local cabinet shop glue this around the perimeter, overlapping at each end.Then take a sharp chisel and hit where you want the seam usually towards the front of the sink. This will give you an invisible water tite seam. .
Just my 3 cents worth, Martin
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