Begin your adventure with epoxy resin. First, a table for the bedroom # 1


Hi everyone, this is my first post here, give me a kick to say hello;)  

This is my debut so ... I can always make a table without resin
Before that, I prepared boards from pine wood, trimmed and polished

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The table will have two upper and middle shelves (in the photo you can see only one - top)
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I made a simple pattern in one of the boards, using an angle grinder and sandpaper, which will be covered with epoxy resin
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Here are my treasures to achieve a glamorous table (I hope)
Epoxy resin, resin hardener, dyes, and the most important tool - weight! When mixing resin with a hardener, it is very important to precisely combine both components (therefore jewelery scale)
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ok let's go
I add dyes to the prepared resin - in my case I mix golden and dark brown dyes (both pearly).
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This mixture will serve as a 1mm foundation for tomorrow's pouring the mold. The primer prevents the resin from absorbing into the wood and expels air bubbles from it.
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We distribute the resin on the bottom of the mold with a brush. The resin is very fluid for hours, so leveling the mold is very important.
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I leave the prepared form for 24 hours (preferably under a cover that protects it against dust, etc.)
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To be continued ;)



















 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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