In this video, we will show you step by step how to make an epoxy table with a live edge with your own hands. We use a slab of 200 years old ash, 90mm thick, which we sprayed onto the slabs. The video in the description where we spray a 200 year old tree 1.3m wide on the slabs with a chainsaw, it is very good.
Since the thickness is 90mm, we had to cut on both sides to align the edges of the slab. To clean the living edge, we use a drill and attachment.
We will make the epoxy resin formwork from laminated bord.
We use epoxy resin with black pigment. To prevent resin leaks, we coat all joints around the perimeter with mastic.
After the resin has dried with a sander, we will pick up any irregularities. From 180 grit to 2000 grit.
The table legs will be loft-style. For the table legs, we use the metal 40_20. For fastening the metal to each other, we use welding. For the legs, we use a router to
make a groove and fix them with M8 bolts.
We first coat the surface of the table with oil with a black shade of Osmo 3073, and finish with oil wax from Osmo 3032. We finish by polishing the epoxy resin with a polishing machine.

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