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Incredible table. Where can I go to see about purchasing one? Someone out there please take my money!
Beautiful work, just don't like your steel-toed sandals when working with lumber that size!! 6:10
It's not really DIY when you're a professional with access to a proper workshop
Say slab one more time, i dare you!
0:46 1300 US? OMG...
8:38 "If I had more friends..." Hahaha. That was funny because I was just thinking the same thing: "Doesn't he know anybody that can help him???" Hahaha. Great Job, Sir.
one of the best epoxy tutorials I've seen! thanks. question...do you put much time into leveling the table before pouring? also does that shellac sand off easy enough to make it worth it? Thanks!
Take the money that you make off of building that table, and get you some work boots, eye protection, and some dust masks!!!!!!
Why use tape on the side of frame? and not spray mold release?
Beautiful table tops! pieces of wood that are left over you can sell for crafts such as knife handles, or similar crafts.
Good job, but from one adult to an other: no work boots but Jesus sandals, often no dust mask, no eye protection. Are you serious? Thumbs down for that. Be a role model and protect yourself!
I love these types of tables, desks, counter tops. Wonder how one would look as a door?!?!
I am getting into the epoxy woodworkings and am trying to do a table top. I have got 2 really pretty pieces of cedar wood sanded down but I am at a stand still because I'm not sure what I use to build the frame to keep the epoxy from leaking out. What exactly is the name of the material you used for building your frame/box
+1 for not choosing that too common and dreadful aqua blue to go with the dark brown wood. I don't know who started that trend, but it's gross.
0.48 would have been the perfect selection as well
that was fantastic! if I had any money you could build me one
That's a good one.https://blog.naver.com/7heppy7