I Love Making These, But It’s Getting Expensive

I make a 96″ (2.5m) dining table from a slab of salvaged Oregon Black Walnut and epoxy resin. A few ups and downs through this build, but in the end, it all … Have you ever made a fireplace mantle with epoxy accents? I would love to see a mantle that looks like this table.When […]


I make a 96″ (2.5m) dining table from a slab of salvaged Oregon Black Walnut and epoxy resin. A few ups and downs through this build, but in the end, it all …

Have you ever made a fireplace mantle with epoxy accents? I would love to see a mantle that looks like this table.When I first saw this slab I wasn’t expecting such a colorful texture with “RED” lines running through it. I want to say this is one of the favorites so far.I would definitely use the database for finding a shop. not going to make a table but someday I want to upgrade my workbench from a cheap ikea table to something a bit more sturdy and having a planer and such to level the wood would be a big help.Red: The cats name is Turkey, and if the piece actually has red tones, you should know that the clients light source and surrounding environment can change visible hues to any eye! Good luck.This table is gorgeous with those “red hues” my friend. I really love how you are always willing to help other makers. More creators/makers should be like you, honestly. It would really help get people back into making things themselves. Keep up the wonderful work. I am proud to be subscribed to you. BTW big ups for mentioning Cincinnati. I live and I’m from there. I love this city.Red, a great looking mixture of red, orange and brown hues that walnut does so well. Probably have to go with a Rubio tinted monocoat, be interested to k ow your opinion on the tinted finish, I’ve used the clear (based on your videos) and love it. Always found other tints to be tricky and not look natural.

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