Epoxy Resin Dining Room Table

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Introduction: Epoxy Resin Dining Room Table

About: HI My name is Adnan Medic, I am originally from Bosnia, I currently live in Michigan. I like to Sail, Ski, Bike and build random things. Cheers...

This is a coffe table I made out of pine 2x6s with a 1/4 inch raised edges, and the n I poured 2 part epoxy resin into it. I also placed in a middle of the table a 1/4 inch thick metal piece "spirit of Detroit" that I bought from a local artist. For the legs I used black pipe and flanges, worked out well. Very easy project that anyone could do. 2x6s and black pipe were purchased from Home Depot and the Epoxy resin from Amazon, the guy that sells it is also located in Michigan. The table is 6 feet long and 28 inches wide, really big. But we needed a big coffee table and couldnt find one so I built one ;). Total spent, about $300.00. One of a kind, cant beat that.

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This is a coffe table I made out of pine 2x6s with a 1/4 inch raised edges, and the n I poured 2 part epoxy resin into it. I also placed in a middle of the table a 1/4 inch thick metal piece "spirit of Detroit" that I bought from a local artist. For the legs I used black pipe and flanges, worked out well. Very easy project that anyone could do. 2x6s and black pipe were purchased from Home Depot and the Epoxy resin from Amazon, the guy that sells it is also located in Michigan. The table is 6 feet long and 28 inches wide, really big. But we needed a big coffee table and couldnt find one so I built one ;). Total spent, about $300.00. One of a kind, cant beat that.

Step 2: Step 2

This is a coffe table I made out of pine 2x6s with a 1/4 inch raised edges, and the n I poured 2 part epoxy resin into it. I also placed in a middle of the table a 1/4 inch thick metal piece "spirit of Detroit" that I bought from a local artist. For the legs I used black pipe and flanges, worked out well. Very easy project that anyone could do. 2x6s and black pipe were purchased from Home Depot and the Epoxy resin from Amazon, the guy that sells it is also located in Michigan. The table is 6 feet long and 28 inches wide, really big. But we needed a big coffee table and couldnt find one so I built one ;). Total spent, about $300.00. One of a kind, cant beat that.

Step 3: Step 3

This is a coffe table I made out of pine 2x6s with a 1/4 inch raised edges, and the n I poured 2 part epoxy resin into it. I also placed in a middle of the table a 1/4 inch thick metal piece "spirit of Detroit" that I bought from a local artist. For the legs I used black pipe and flanges, worked out well. Very easy project that anyone could do. 2x6s and black pipe were purchased from Home Depot and the Epoxy resin from Amazon, the guy that sells it is also located in Michigan. The table is 6 feet long and 28 inches wide, really big. But we needed a big coffee table and couldnt find one so I built one ;). Total spent, about $300.00. One of a kind, cant beat that.

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    MikB
    MikB

    2 years ago

    Looks great, but I get a sense of deja vu reading the step by step instructions :)

    Did you have a cut and paste accident?