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Thx. Glad you liked :)
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Very, very cool. Thx for sharing!
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Detailed and nicely written. Thx for sharing!
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Thx, nice to hear. Definitely amazing what you can get out of this stuff; it's one of the things that I enjoy the most about working with this material.
Thx for the kind words, dekeros. Glad you enjoyed the article!
Thx for the FYI.
Thx docron75. I honestly do not have one and should probably invest in one. Since the panels were relatively thin and nails would be fairly easy to spot, I took a chance and just relied on eye sight. I don't think the saw blade would have had too much of a rough time if it encountered one (speaking of the regular ripping blade, btw). By the time the panels were all assembled and cut to size, the risk of still running into a nail was almost infinitesimal, so I was ok with using the dado stack on the material.A detector should be pretty easy to make, though. Hang a neodymium magnet (or two?) from a string and swing it until it sticks to the wood? Just a thought.
Ouch. Definitely worth the warning. If I'm ever lucky enough to get a planer I'll definitely keep this in mind.
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Cool little tip. Thx for sharing!
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Hi SteveGlad you liked them. I honestly can't remember exactly what length of screws I used for the bench frames, so you might be right about what I used. You could either use straight long ones (e.g. 5") to go straight through them, or you could also just put them in diagonally and use shorter ones.
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thx for the compliment, and glad you liked it!
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Absolutely beautiful. I've been looking for a simple desk design to match the wood/copper shelfset I made (https://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-and-Torched-Wood-Bookshelf/, and will moist probably base my desk design on yours and just add shelving (and maybe a hanging drawer set) with copper. Thx for the idea!
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Excellent and simple. Thx for posting! Would also love to try something like this out of copper or PVC ...
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As if I didn't already want a 3D printer. Thx for stoking the flames. This one's a real beauty!
very nice! Thx for sharing.
Thx. Glad you liked it.
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A beautiful piece. Well done!
Great, thx for the info. This is helpful!
I'm interested in trying this out, but wonder about the effect of time on the resin and embedded leaves. You posted this a bit over a year ago, so what is the current state? Has it cracked or peeled? If you had to redo this, would you do it on the inside of the case instead? Thx.
Very cool project. Can you provide some info on the epoxy you used? I've been thinking of trying this stuff out. For example, brand, container size, approximate cost, how much was used for this project, etc ?
Simple and beautiful. Very nicely done!
Cool! I guess this is a lot easier than trying to fit a wireless charger, because getting the thickness of the wall between the charger and the back of the phone is tricky (and the wall would also be very fragile since it's thin).
very, very nice. one suggestion for the cord issue is to.embed a wireless charger in the back. I wondered about making this in concrete and ended up going for wood instead, but after reading your article I think ill give it a shot! Check out this awesome Instructable. https://www.instructables.com/id/Wooden-Cellphone-Stand-With-Hidden-Wireless-Chargi
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Really beautiful idea. Well done!
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