Yes, home tools can be used to cut Corian countertops. For example, if you need to make a special cut or cuts for faucets and hot and cold-water taps, you can use a veneer saw or a high-speed circular saw attachment for a drill to make your cuts. Be sure, though, that the countertop is properly protected with clamped pieces. Today’s cutting jobs are facilitated greatly by the recent development of the small, high-speed handsaw that makes straight cuts easily. Like Dremel® tools, these high-speed saws have a variety of heads and attachments that make the use of hand tools a breeze with countertops.