The #aftermath of my latest attempt at my epoxy pour/fill. It was slightly successful but mostly a fail. Some parts of the process succeeded but the over all was a fail. I got the epoxy mixed and colored well and it poured out nicely but my dam for the void failed. I had epoxy leaking out of multiple spots. I tried to save it but to no avail, once the epoxy got on the wood the tape wouldn’t stick. I think I’m gonna sand the bowl down a little before I give it another go to get all the excess epoxy off and I’ve got a few ideas of how to make my dam better. Wish me luck.
Well the legs finally came in so I can now show off the coffee table that I built for the office @catalystcontracting. On the top I free hand routed and poured the Catalyst branding along with a @b_approved logo that I made in vinyl and poured clear epoxy over. The lumber for the table is original to the building and likely well over 100 years old so it was very brittle and checked. I have added many structural bowties as well as a couple @martineztools M1's for some character and sex appeal. The edge in many places was falling off so I pinned it back in place with some brass rod. All that resting on matching hairpin legs to the side table I made previously. #coffeetable#rustic#reclaimedwoodfurniture#woodcraft#woodworking#woodworkersofig#epoxypour#baeumlerapproved
Check out the colour on this epoxy pour. Another long pour for this commission. 4L of @ecopoxy with Maui pigment. #epoxypour
RAFFLE GIVEAWAY! Spare red cedar out of mold! Still needs some finishing and last @ecopoxy top coat but this coffee table top will be raffled at 1k followers, start tagging your friends and give us a follow to make sure you catch the giveaway!