DIY Epoxy Table - How To Resin and Wood Table - How To Woodworking

5. mar. 2020
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Learn from my mistakes. I've made dozens of epoxy tables and each time I learn something new and this build was no exception. Follow along my step by step guide to making your own DIY epoxy and wood table in this thorough build. I even tried an all new extra deep pour epoxy that had some very interesting results.
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Related blogs/videos:
How to Make Epoxy Table blog: www.blacktailstudio.com/blog/how-to-make-an-epoxy-resin-table
How to get a perfect finish: slworlds.info/net/t6fFm7CncYjWp5c/video
Photography tutorial: slworlds.info/net/t3iTqaauipqacLg/video
Flatten tables at home: www.blacktailstudio.com/blog/live-edge-for-beginners-slab-flattening
Items used in this video:
Liquid Glass Epoxy 3 gallon: amzn.to/2QiYev0
Liquid Glass Epoxy 1.5 gallon: amzn.to/2wT7uPw
Sandpaper storage bins: amzn.to/33jY5vd
Black CA glue: amzn.to/2TxwpzO
Threaded inserts: amzn.to/311LdZd
Photography backdrop holder: amzn.to/2AWUS8L
Paper backdrop: amzn.to/2M2cvKH
Osmo 1101: amzn.to/35hJmmh
Osmo 3043: amzn.to/3iIRPFa
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Gem Orbital: amzn.to/3btzKqZ
White buffing pad: amzn.to/310F0Nb
Track Saw: amzn.to/2VqUSaA
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Wire Wheel: amzn.to/326FDpK
Black transtint: amzn.to/39TptnB
Caulk: amzn.to/35o5BH8
Melamine (form material): www.homedepot.com/p/Veranda-Melamine-White-Panel-Common-3-4-in-x-4-ft-x-8-ft-Actual-750-in-x-49-in-x-97-in-461877/100070209
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  • I would strongly advise wearing a respiratory mask when mixing, pouring and sanding epoxy, especially with very fine grit like 600 grit. Hopefully you are already aware, but the reason for this is that the particles in epoxy (and lots of polyurethane substance) are very harsh on your system, and although you might not feel it yet, you can and will become allergic to them at some point, it is just a matter of time. For some people it comes at first use, and some others use it their whole career but stop before becoming allergic. Epoxy resin fumes and fine dust are also linked to various cancers, mostly lungs and trachea if I’m correct. So please for the sake of your health and prosperity, wear at least basic respiratory protection, and advertise this issue to the many people who follow you! Best regards, Antoine

    AVEAVEPred 11 meseci
    • You answered my question from a previous video here @9:30

      DAVON DDAVON DPred 7 dnevi
    • Common! You only did twice 😉

      Canadian PrisonerCanadian PrisonerPred 14 dnevi
    • I don't even know why I am here. I was looking for tortillas for my cooking channel. Hahahaha! Algorithm, what are you doing to me?? Welp, anybody here want to see a clueless ASIAN, making the most kickass Panini outside of Italy? It's worth the click, for the freak show aspect alone, eh? LOL

      MaplecookMaplecookPred 20 dnevi
    • Get a job AVE.. APPARENTLY YOU SPEAK GIBBERISH BUT TYPE ENGLISH INTERESTING

      freerange rvfreerange rvPred mesecem
    • I also mask up when I airbrush or use aerosols. All this stuff ionizes and enters your nasal/trachea and lungs.

      Paintslinger49Paintslinger49Pred mesecem
  • very impressive, amazing work,

    Guglielmo Di CarloGuglielmo Di CarloPred 8 urami
  • Thanx alotta for the video.i love the final work and the process.

    seymor matherusseymor matherusPred 20 urami
    • Thanks!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 18 urami
  • Can you share with us your total cost of product on these tables and your profit margin

    little dlittle dPred dnevom
  • beautiful

    sunkid86sunkid86Pred dnevom
    • Thanks!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred dnevom
  • how much is epoxy for a night stand?

    oliver kingoliver kingPred dnevom
    • 7 liters

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred dnevom
  • Is there a reason you aren't using a vacuum chamber on your epoxy after mixing it to remove all the air bubbles so you don't have to worry about them later?

    Steve TopletzSteve TopletzPred dnevom
    • Don’t really need it

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred dnevom
  • I haven’t even finished the video yet, but I just gotta say sir, this is some quality content. You’re walking us step by step through the process and these tips are amazing! Thanks... subscribed!

    Menyel BrooksMenyel BrooksPred dnevom
    • Boom!

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  • Artist

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  • How much do you generally get (money) for a table like that??

    f dmtf dmtPred 2 dnevi
    • Would be $6-7k probably

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  • What type of color dye do you use or recommend ?

    Marc AnthonyMarc AnthonyPred 2 dnevi
    • I like transtint

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 2 dnevi
  • how long did this project take you?

    Crafters EpoxyCrafters EpoxyPred 2 dnevi
    • Oh, 60 hours or so

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 2 dnevi
  • Can u make a video of how you would do the table without the help of ur local shop?(: just to get a rough idea of how to do it fully at home?!?!(: love watching ur videos..

    Justine MacyJustine MacyPred 2 dnevi
    • Oh... maybe

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 2 dnevi
  • Thank you for sharing your success and table looks exquisite.... Keep the videos weekly....

    Kowkeesh SkulkaKowkeesh SkulkaPred 3 dnevi
    • I’ll do my best!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 3 dnevi
  • You say you ruffed up the epoxy on the side, should I scuff the wood after applying the lacquer?

    SuperBuckowensSuperBuckowensPred 3 dnevi
    • Not sure what lacquer you mean

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 3 dnevi
  • What type of scraper do you use? I see it in almost all of your videos.

    Ryan DykesRyan DykesPred 3 dnevi
    • @Blacktail Studio thanks I appreciate it.

      Ryan DykesRyan DykesPred 3 dnevi
    • I added a link in the description for ya!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 3 dnevi
  • Beautiful, I’ve never seen a more gorgeous table, this will last around 100 more years, this guys kids wii pass it along to their kids, it’s just beautiful. I thought your were cutting off the beautiful parts of the table. This is really something to be really proud of, it’s just beautiful. I’ve heard of people using the other epoxy, then found this Liquid glass, they loved it, said it dried faster, easier, for the kind of work the do,they only work with canvas, they Also are beautiful. I thing anyone who does anything hand made are so creative and talented. You just do such Beautiful work, Thanks for sharing , so we can watch the creativity ,God Bless, you are finding ways to keep some Of Gods creations go on living.👍👍👍😇😇💕💕😊😊

    Jan JonesJan JonesPred 3 dnevi
    • Wow, thanks Jan!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 3 dnevi
  • Just wanted to say thanks. I'm a life long general contractor, awesome finish carpenter, I've started doing these tables just for something to do in my semi retirement. I've learned so much from watching your videos. Great job, love the candid admissions when you screw up. Helps me not make the same mistakes!!

    Smcdan51 McdanSmcdan51 McdanPred 4 dnevi
    • Awesome!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 3 dnevi
  • What kind of wood is this?

    MyGuyTigerCubsMyGuyTigerCubsPred 4 dnevi
    • Black walnut

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 3 dnevi
  • The table and copper colored stand are gorgeous. The base highlights the hied in the wood Love it?

    Kathy MartinKathy MartinPred 4 dnevi
    • Thanks Kathy!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 4 dnevi
  • What sequence of sand papers do you use?

    Kathy MartinKathy MartinPred 4 dnevi
    • I have a blog on that

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 4 dnevi
  • Is it possible to make a table like this if you dont have enough space in your garage for a workshop? Basically doing everything outside.

    Cheezus ChristoCheezus ChristoPred 4 dnevi
    • Oh, would be tough

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 4 dnevi
  • What dye brand are you using? I love that black color!

    Zach LindseyZach LindseyPred 4 dnevi
    • Transtint, there’s a link in the description 👍🏼👍🏼

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 4 dnevi
  • Cam hi cracking video i have just ordered my epoxy for my first job. Thanks

    PeterfcPeterfcPred 5 dnevi
    • Awesome!!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 5 dnevi
  • Any extra tips for someone starting small, example coasters?

    Daniel JonesDaniel JonesPred 5 dnevi
    • Try a serving board!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 5 dnevi
  • Very nice. I have a question for this build. If i may ask, how much epoxy was required to finish the pour. Looks like tons. I'm planning a coffee table and 2 end table design now for my first. I'm anxious. I'm excited I'm nervous all at once. Im needing to know what brand and type for coloring or metalic flakes etc. But most importantly. How much epoxy was required. Thanks so much

    Ronnie HerveyRonnie HerveyPred 5 dnevi
    • Like 25 liters I think

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 5 dnevi
  • Sir may i have a question ? Epoxy resin here in the phillipines is the same like what you use.. Sorry i am not fluent in english.. I just wanna nkow. Thanks for reply

    Renato Delacruz cruzRenato Delacruz cruzPred 5 dnevi
    • It is probably different

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 5 dnevi
  • Hey I really wanna make something like this for my moms birthday next year. How much does a project like this cost overall? I was thinking of making a dining table.

    Joshua LeighJoshua LeighPred 6 dnevi
    • It varies. Few hundred to few thousand.

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 5 dnevi
  • So far I have used amazing clear cast for the small projects I have done. Going to be trying stone coat counter top for deeper pours soon... just started sealing the edges tonight w some very dry stuff

    Pamela WalshPamela WalshPred 6 dnevi
    • @Blacktail Studio yup, did my first deep pour, can't wait to see what it looks like....

      Pamela WalshPamela WalshPred 6 dnevi
    • Very cool Pam!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 6 dnevi
  • Since you are so kind and suggest we ask questions I got one. Sorry for the eventual mistakes, English is not my native language ^^ So : I'm planning on making an epoxy table, which is made of to slabs, glued and screwed into a plywood panel. The pour will be 8mm thick, so approximately 1/3". I want to do it with two colors : deep black and copper brown. I use metallic pigments, or at least they give a metallic/glitterish effect. The goal would be to get two stripes of black the long way and a touch of copper in the middle, kinda like a flame effect on a black background. So here's the question : should I first do a 1/4" pour and then a second one where I do my stripes on a thin layer? Would it be OK to try it in one go since the pour is not that deep? Should I try and let the black layer get kinda gummy before I pour the copper? Basically how do I proceed so that I don't end up with a brownish black all over the tabletop in the end haha Thanks for your knowledge and great work!

    VLRAVNVLRAVNPred 6 dnevi
    • @Blacktail Studio I'll keep you updated, I'll make some tests and experimenting in ice buckets :)

      VLRAVNVLRAVNPred 5 dnevi
    • @Blacktail Studio no problem :)

      VLRAVNVLRAVNPred 6 dnevi
    • Gosh, I’m not sure. Never tried that!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 6 dnevi
  • How much do you usually charge for a table like this?

    Luis CortezLuis CortezPred 6 dnevi
    • At the time this one was $6k

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 6 dnevi
  • It’s not cheating. It just makes use envious of you 😉

    arubajosepharubajosephPred 6 dnevi
    • Ha!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 6 dnevi
  • I use the same epoxy and love it.

    Cindy RutledgeCindy RutledgePred 6 dnevi
  • I like the idea how you out sourced the planing time is money and you saved heaps of time

    Matt StathamMatt StathamPred 7 dnevi
    • For sure Matt

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 6 dnevi
  • tapping or vibrating after pouring will help to release any air bubbles while resin is still liquid

    Datt MamonDatt MamonPred 7 dnevi
  • I would like you to send me the email to be able to send a question att Francisco Lima artistafranciscolima@gmail.com

    Francisco LimaFrancisco LimaPred 7 dnevi
    • I don’t do that, sorry!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 7 dnevi
  • Looks awesome. I’m planning to start a project soon 👍🏻

    Digger DaveDigger DavePred 7 dnevi
    • Awesome!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 7 dnevi
  • I’m addicted to your channel! I’m 31yo female think about going into architecture carpentry, but it’s a 2 year course and I can’t afford to not work, so I’m thinking to self teach myself. I have basic knowledge of how to use tools as an ex partner was a carpenter. I just absolutely love working with wood!! Your channel is so inspiring thank you so much!

    MissXviolet RedMissXviolet RedPred 8 dnevi
    • Wow thanks! And good luck!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 7 dnevi
  • Hi. Thank you for the content. That is an awesome table !!! I live on a small island in the UK and don’t really have access to the wood that you guys do. But I do have access to lots of very beautiful pieces of driftwood and I am thinking of experimenting with it. Any thoughts or advice you could suggest about selection/prep/sealing it prior to pouring ? What effect do you think the high salt content might have ?? I appreciate that you have probably never tried this but was wondering what problems I might encounter and would love to hear any solutions you might have 👍👍

    Skipper WildSkipper WildPred 8 dnevi
    • @Blacktail Studio I will report back !!! Thanks

      Skipper WildSkipper WildPred 6 dnevi
    • Oh man, not sure. Just make sure it’s totally dry!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 7 dnevi
  • No. 😂 Obviously, it does not count as 100% DIY if you pay professionals to use their fully-equipped industrial-sized workshop-which, of course, contains every possible tool & piece of equipment most DIYer’s can only dream of getting their hands on-to do part of the work for you. 😉 Haha! Though... I will say, at the very least, it is still a “partial-DIY” project. I’ll give you that much.

    Ashley FalconAshley FalconPred 8 dnevi
    • I’ll take it!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 8 dnevi
  • I'm goimg to connect 2 prices of mdf wood and verneer sheets to make 1 long desk. I wanted 1 desk and not a line between the 2 and was wondering if something like epoxy between the 2 is even possible to make it look like 1.

    Haktic _Haktic _Pred 8 dnevi
    • Man, not sure

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 8 dnevi
    • Or just something that makes it look like 1 desk

      Haktic _Haktic _Pred 8 dnevi
  • Do you have to use kiln dried wood

    Tammy BoggsTammy BoggsPred 8 dnevi
    • Nope

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 8 dnevi
  • Awesome work. Awesome look. Just so I know, when you place the wood in the mold, the top of table is facing up, correct? I lost track of the orientation of your table when flipping it around all thru the video. Thanks

    Bill KlodaskiBill KlodaskiPred 8 dnevi
    • Yup, top-up

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 8 dnevi
  • Is this a profitable business to get into? I feel like this is something I'd really enjoy doing for a job

    Rob GRob GPred 9 dnevi
    • @Blacktail Studio I was wondering what is your profit margins for your projects? If you don't want to give a number that's fine but would you say you are doing quite well for yourself or sometimes can it be difficult financially? Thanks for the content as it is very educational and entertaining 👍😀

      Ted TedTed TedPred 4 dnevi
    • For some people it is.

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 8 dnevi
    • To manufacture custom projects like this for clients can be lucrative, yet if you don't have the experience or equipment, it can cost you a lot more than you'll make I believe.

      Ted TedTed TedPred 8 dnevi
  • I heard you mention kiln dried over air dried..... I just inherited some absolutely beautiful spalted maple and black walnut from my FIL who passed away 😢 This wood has been air dried in his wood shed for 10+ yrs...what is the best way to alleviate any possible bugs before I use it? I really really want to make a river dining room table with the walnut but I am so scared to attempt even though I have watched so many of your videos. I don’t have all these nice tools either

    Laurie BrunsonLaurie BrunsonPred 9 dnevi
    • It might be fine as is. Or toss it in a mattress bag in the Florida sun for a couple hours

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 9 dnevi
  • What are you spraying on the black CA glue?

    Greg BlissGreg BlissPred 9 dnevi
    • Is that necessary to make the glue work? I see in the link to purchase it- it doesn’t come with the activator

      Greg BlissGreg BlissPred 9 dnevi
    • Activator

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 9 dnevi
  • best epoxy table ever done

    VOZIMVOZIMPred 9 dnevi
  • All good but in my country if I take the table to a wood workshop they will steal my ideas and I would like to prevent that but the correct tools is the problem 🤒 somewhat other ideas do you have to sand these tables on the sides ? Would love to hear from you or see a video for help. Thank you love this table

    Bakers Bin & House AppliancesBakers Bin & House AppliancesPred 10 dnevi
    • Oh, not too sure!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 9 dnevi
  • Pimp juice...

    Andrew PalmerAndrew PalmerPred 10 dnevi
  • Great videos! How much black pigment do you use per gallon or liter. I've gotten a lot of different answers. Thanks in advance:)

    Scott LesankoScott LesankoPred 10 dnevi
    • Just add it till I like it

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 10 dnevi
  • That looks awesome !

    Belal AdnanBelal AdnanPred 11 dnevi
  • I just want to thank you for your videos. Absolutely love them. Super helpful

    Aric VickreyAric VickreyPred 11 dnevi
    • Wow, awesome job! That wood looks great with the black epoxy & the copper look of the metal frame. Thank you for sharing, you have been helpful. 👍

      Kate TorbetKate TorbetPred 6 dnevi
  • there is nothing wrong with getting some help, we all need a little help with projects from time to time.

    Missy MothMissy MothPred 12 dnevi
  • I have a table that was built by a family member who has since passed away. The wood has cracked and I was thinking that I might use colored epoxy to fill that in. Can you maybe tell me the best way to go about doing that? Other than the crack the table is in great shape. I don't want to mess it up because the person who made it was important to me. Thanks in advance.

    sjonespmo3sjonespmo3Pred 12 dnevi
    • Oh, would probably be a longer conversation than I can have here

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 11 dnevi
  • How do you clean you pales

    Joey SchoutenJoey SchoutenPred 12 dnevi
    • Let it dry and break it out

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • Amazing job! No wonder they're expensive. It takes a lot of TIME and LOVE and of course a well equipped workshop! Thanks for this video. 🙏❤

    Maryam Javidan MoghadamMaryam Javidan MoghadamPred 12 dnevi
    • Thanks!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • *Great video man, you have so much experience !!*

    GineL SymGineL SymPred 12 dnevi
  • Hello Mr Antoine, I watch your videos frequently and admire the work you do. It's quite amazing and I'm trying to catch up lol I'm using the same epoxy from FGCI, the Liquid Glass 2.0 UV epoxy. My question Is; what company or brand makes a good alcohol ink to go with this Epoxy? Or would anything work as long as it's not too much?

    Levi HoferLevi HoferPred 12 dnevi
    • I use transtint

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • I notice you did not use C channel for this table, it this due to the small size?

    Donald SemoraDonald SemoraPred 13 dnevi
    • Had a very supportive base

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • You asked about is using other services would be considered cheating. My answer is no, and the reason is, there is nothing wrong with using the tools and the facilities at your disposal. In the end you create it, make it, and without you there would be no table.

    Donald SemoraDonald SemoraPred 13 dnevi
    • Agreed

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • How much did this table weigh without adding the base?

    xman08axman08aPred 13 dnevi
    • 70lbs

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • Nothing to add to what has already been said. Awesome work. Sidebar: Where did you get the bin/box for sandpaper storage?

    Tom BlalockTom BlalockPred 13 dnevi
    • From the link in the description 👍🏼

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • No. Not a diy if you’re using commercial machinery. As an avid DIYer I hate videos that say DIY and then use equipment you can’t have in your garage. Personal pet peeve of mine. However I am interested in what kind of top coat you use in order to keep the epoxy from staining. Please post link for metal inserts.

    james garmanjames garmanPred 13 dnevi
    • I think you’ll feel more accomplished if you figure it out on your own. You’ll thank me later.

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • How do you make sure that when you're evening out the areas you put the finishing touches to fill the holes (11:10) that it's all even and in one plane?

    Amna RanaAmna RanaPred 13 dnevi
    • Lots of practice!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • You did amazing work

    Usama ShafiqUsama ShafiqPred 13 dnevi
  • Would wax work better around the mold frame inside? It would release better than caulk and could be removed better. I have several 4x4 foot table bases and have been thinking of trying this on a smaller scale with them. You made me think I might be able to do it now. Thanks

    Salvage MonsterSalvage MonsterPred 13 dnevi
    • I’ve heard it works fine

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 12 dnevi
  • How much do you charge for a table?

    Swash BuckleSwash BucklePred 14 dnevi
    • Varies. $6-15k

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 14 dnevi
  • What is the name of the machine they're using for the flattening? Is it a sander, planer, or both? slworlds.info/net/qn-4sM2Gjn7Jarg/video

    Bryan GrubaughBryan GrubaughPred 14 dnevi
    • Planer and two wide belts

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 14 dnevi
  • slworlds.info/net/36LHmcybZXy2qs4/video In the first 30 seconds of the video above, Dr. Mikovitz says that COVID19 is a lack of interferon alpha in the body... Okay, and all natural remedies for this are Chlorella or Chlorophyll; Reishi Mushroom powder or tincture/extract (Chlorophyll and extract: take a quarter teaspoon 4 times/a week), Liposomal Vitamin C, Astralagus, CoEnzyme Q10, Gingko Biloba, Milk Thistle or Bonaset. Get ya'self 'bout 2 or 3 of these here tea's for COVID19 yeah. Drink 2 to 3 cups of your mixture/daily.

    ONDAT AZZ!!ONDAT AZZ!!Pred 14 dnevi
  • How to prevent separation between wood and epoxy

    karel skarel sPred 14 dnevi
    • Follow my process 👍🏼

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 14 dnevi
  • Bought a rice burning truck....what a girl.

    matt ttammatt ttamPred 15 dnevi
  • Liquid glass is much more expensive then most of the other deep pour resins I’ve found. Is there that much of a difference that it’s worth the cost?

    mrchrisbarrett1mrchrisbarrett1Pred 15 dnevi
    • There is a big difference

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 15 dnevi
  • excellent!

    George PilatosGeorge PilatosPred 15 dnevi
    • Thanks George!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 15 dnevi
  • Wow! Amazing work! Teach me! 😂

    ChannelTwerpChannelTwerpPred 15 dnevi
    • I made a whole video!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 15 dnevi
  • Great video. GO BEAVS!

    Kyle MealsKyle MealsPred 15 dnevi
    • Go Beavs!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 15 dnevi
  • Thanks

    DMS19 DMSDMS19 DMSPred 15 dnevi
  • First of all, you do beautiful work ! I greatly appreciate your craftsmanship. Here is the question that’s been burning in my brain. Just how hard and scratch resistant is this type of epoxy ? Thank you for this video and please stay well !

    David GreenDavid GreenPred 16 dnevi
    • It’s like a hard plastic

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 15 dnevi
  • Where can I buy some of these tables already done???

    Gabriel DuberneyGabriel DuberneyPred 16 dnevi
    • I’m not sure actually. Mine are just commissioned

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 15 dnevi
  • I see that you leave a couple millimeter between the resin and the wood after you poured it, how do you make that difference even again?

    Sebastiaan LaufferSebastiaan LaufferPred 16 dnevi
    • @Blacktail Studio @08:41 you can see there's a height difference between the wood and the epoxy resin. Isn't that a problem?

      Sebastiaan LaufferSebastiaan LaufferPred 15 dnevi
    • Not sure what you mean

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 16 dnevi
  • Do you do all of it at once or do you separate the process into two or more pours? Im just curious if you pour all that epoxy at once and let it harden or is it waiting period in between

    Shuddles_ BackShuddles_ BackPred 16 dnevi
    • This one was one pour

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 16 dnevi
  • I think you did a really good job and I wish you lots of luck in your business I don't consider this DIY it didn't help me at all but I loved watching you work great job

    Heaven ParadiseHeaven ParadisePred 16 dnevi
    • Thanks bud!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 16 dnevi
  • Question, im wanting to get into epoxy wood working. Ive watched tons of vids but im even more confused than ever. As far as starting, where to find large amounts of epoxy and basically the basics. I wish someone would give a class. I guess my questions is, what vod or where do you reccomend newbies like me to start.

    Patrick TalbotPatrick TalbotPred 17 dnevi
    • I would recommend watching a lot of SLworlds videos about it and take notes on which steps to take! It really isn't that hard if you follow the steps!

      Fennah WoodworkingFennah WoodworkingPred 17 dnevi
  • Have you not tried polypropylene sheets for moulds

    Wayne SalterWayne SalterPred 17 dnevi
    • Peels off so easily I use a 8x4 sheet as a base over home made mft and clamp the sides in place works wonders and reuse after each one

      Wayne SalterWayne SalterPred 16 dnevi
    • No, but I should

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 17 dnevi
  • I want to make river coffer table. Can i use 1” thick slabs to begin with?

    Bhawanjot LittBhawanjot LittPred 17 dnevi
    • Probably too thin for me

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 17 dnevi
  • Making of 60inches by 36inches size table how much epoxy will it consume

    Gaurav RayatGaurav RayatPred 17 dnevi
    • I have a video on figuring that out

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 17 dnevi
  • What’s the order on the sand paper

    Cowboys NationCowboys NationPred 18 dnevi
    • Check out my sanding blog or finish video

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 17 dnevi
  • Amazing, how much is one of these tables worth?

    Habana de CubaHabana de CubaPred 18 dnevi
    • If I sell mine I charge 1300 per m2. That is with oak wood not Walnut. Walnut is more expensive.

      Fennah WoodworkingFennah WoodworkingPred 17 dnevi
  • I know buying these ready made will be expensive.. but how much would making it cost alltogether based on the price of items bought and shop rental time ?

    EhmyrEhmyrPred 18 dnevi
  • Thor just planed down my slab last week :)

    Scott BlosfieldScott BlosfieldPred 18 dnevi
    • He’s good at that

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 18 dnevi
  • Fantastic, looks stunning, your client must have been super happy ! how much would you charge for this ?

    Harps DeegonHarps DeegonPred 18 dnevi
    • Would be around $8k now

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 18 dnevi
  • Lv it! Great Job!

    Steve PerrySteve PerryPred 19 dnevi
    • Thanks!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 18 dnevi
  • That is beautiful work. I have only used amazing clear cast so far but um just starting. I love this products has a decent curing time. Smaller things are cured within a few hours.

    Lisa HernandezLisa HernandezPred 19 dnevi
    • Oh awesome Lisa

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
  • This is so beautiful!!! & the heads up on the resperaters is 4 real the stuff gets into your airways & gets sticky like tar that table is unreal ....breathtaking!

    Sky JustSky JustPred 19 dnevi
    • Well said!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
  • Wicked work man. I enjoyed the whole video. My brother and I are about to try our first one and this video helped a lot.

    JDMRAWJDMRAWPred 19 dnevi
    • Oh awesome!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
  • I never get tired of seeing your art! This one ended up being one of my favorite builds. Makes me believe I can do it!

    Blue Collar DIYBlue Collar DIYPred 19 dnevi
    • Oh thanks!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
  • I liked your video a lot, first subscribe I’ve ever done actually. I am just beginning my research on epoxy but I love watching videos of them being made. I am buying a house in a few months and I think something like this could be that awesome staple piece of the house. I’ve never worked with epoxy before so I would be interested to get your thoughts on if it would be wise to begin with a big table since I could easily mess it up which would be an expensive mistake. Do you have recommendations on how to get started to eventually work my way up?

    Andrew WeeksAndrew WeeksPred 19 dnevi
    • I always recommend starting small. People generally don’t listen 😊

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
  • Fantastic job, could I ask the colour of the legs you had powder coated ?

    Martin WhiteMartin WhitePred 19 dnevi
    • Copper custom blend

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
  • That shop is sexy 🧡

    Dave Squires-ChownDave Squires-ChownPred 20 dnevi
    • Thanks Dave!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
  • Wife smashes the recording! 👌 needs a pay rise.

    Dave Squires-ChownDave Squires-ChownPred 20 dnevi
    • Ha!

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
  • Where are you from?

    Michael CovrettMichael CovrettPred 20 dnevi
    • I live in Portland Oregon

      Blacktail StudioBlacktail StudioPred 19 dnevi
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