One of my more fun builds recently, hope you like it!
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How to make an epoxy dining table. I get a lot of questions about how much my tables cost, and how much it costs to make one. So I’ll put all that info out there in this weeks video! The slab cost $1000, this amount of epoxy retails for just under $1000, a custom base like this one costs $1500, add in another $700 for consumables and shop rental time and that totals $4200 and sold for $10,000 after about 60 hours of work. You can definitely do this cheaper though. Less epoxy and a cheaper base would be a good starting point. But I hope those numbers get you started!

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Items used in this build:
Liquid Glass Epoxy:
Track saw:
Angle grinder:
Wire wheel for angle grinder:
Porter Cable restorer:
Tyvek tape:
Mold release:
Transtint black:
Paddle mixer:
Propane torch:
Gouge set:
Art brush:
Black CA glue:
CA glue activator:
Clear CA glue:
Metal chop saw:
Festool router:
Threaded inserts:
1/2″ Spiral router bit:
1/4″ router bit:
Festool Rotex:
Festool finish sander:
Bahco scraper:
Track clamps:
Gem sander/buffer w/shroud:
Gem sander/buffer w/o shroud:
Rubio monocoat finish:

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Table base fabricator: