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Solid sapele dining table with epoxy inlay and reconstructed cypress tree base. Almost finished 🙂
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parabéns mais uma vez, definitivamente você é o mestre nesta área
la que se deposita en las figuras color azul
muy buenas noches que sustancia le ponen en la madera y si se puede comprar en ecuador
how much is a table like this? and how much was just the wood to make the top?
How did you do the led lights. I'm working on a redwood burl and trying to make a lake
hey bro, what do you use to dye the epoxy?
As a fellow woodworker, I am blown away with your work!!! Very impressive.
Can you say what product or epoxy you used for this application? Did you use a release as well for your mold? Assuming you had to have plexy or something under your wood for when you poured in the epoxy. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you!!!
It looks like you have a lot of experience with Sapela. I'm just finishing building a lot of cabinets for my kitchen. I wasn't able to buy all the wood at the same time. When I went back to buy the next batch they were out and would get any in for several weeks. I ended up driving 40 miles to buy the balance of the wood. Here's the question. Some of the wood is much blonder and I'm afraid I won't be able to get to match close enough. This is the biggest project I've taken on. Can you recommend a staining/dye/oil process that might help me? I'm trying to keep close to the natural color of the Sapela.
Beautiful !!!! Absolutely beautifull !!! Merveilleuse pièce d'art!
Congratulations for your work, really excellent! I have a question: how you made the turn in black epoxy inlays?
Thanks! To answer your questions, I used a waterproof l.e.d. light strip that plugs in and the epoxy is 1:1 bar top called clear coat from a local vendor. Home Depot even sells an epoxy bartop coating,,, but it's a little pricey. Good luck!
Very awesome! I was recently thinking about incorporating lights in my work, what kind of power supply do you have, battery or plug-in? And what type of epoxy are you going to use/did you use to achieve the bar-top look?