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Creating a multi-layer epoxy table

May 2, 2022

Hello, friends! It is EPOXY TIME!

When you are working through any epoxy project it is important to plan ahead. When you are working through an epoxy project that requires you to work in layers you need to plan even more.

For this table, we are going to work in multiple layers. Little by little you will work on building the layers as an MRI does. In order to make this process work, you will need to think from the bottom up regarding your design. For these fish, I started with the pectoral fins, then did a layer of Makerpoxy. Then I did the base of the body followed by a layer of Makerpoxy. You will keep working up through the body adding a layer of Makerpoxy in-between each painted layer.

For this post, I am going to direct you to the YouTube video. The reason this one is important is it is something you need to SEE for it to make sense.

For this video, I have partnered with The Home Depot to highlight the GEARWRENCH 1/4 in. Drive 6-Point SAE/Metric Slim Flex-Head Ratchet and Socket Mechanics Tool Set (55-Piece).

I am going to show you (finally) how I make my life-like version of my signature style and trendsetting geographically correct Epoxy River style tables. In this case, I am using a slab that The Home Depot sells! I wanted to make it this way to show folks who do not have a large shop and are working on building their skill set up that making a table is possible with minimal tooling!

Below you will find all the (affiliate) links for the products used:

1/4 in. Drive 6-Point SAE/Metric Slim Flex-Head Ratchet and Socket Mechanics Tool Set (55-Piece)…

Shaper Origin CNC-
HVAC Tape-
Silicone brush-
Frim Grip Disposable Gloves-
Posca Pen-
Rubio Monocoat-
Table legs-
Paint Brushes-
Dewalt Drill-

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I would also like to thank and introduce you to Donovon from Once Upon a Workbench! He is my new video editor and we are planning big things!

The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in this video. This video complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.

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