Diy Modern Live Edge Waterfall Coffee Table With April Wilkerson
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DIY Modern Live Edge Waterfall Coffee Table Check out April's video here.Things I Used in This Project: ISOtunes Bluetooth Hearing Protection: bit.ly/2ymmBMTTriton Sander: amzn.to/2qnD8R1Ultimiate Workbench Plans: bit.
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to/2uu9s2MLincoln Power Mig 260: bit.ly/2OM8BVBWelding Hood: amzn.to/2LRGI0tWelding & Grinding Hood: amzn.to/2MkdSlKWelding Jacket: amzn.to/2vJuQ7RWelding Gloves: amzn.to/2uuxhatCordless Grinder: amzn.
to/2KzmiEgMetal Marking Pencil: amzn.to/2wMHgJiRust-Oleum Black Spray Paint: amzn.to/2MkeR5q It will be at least a year before the slabs I recently milled will be dry enough to use, so I purchased a few slabs from an Austin based Sawmill called Greenwood Milling and made a Live Edge Waterfall Coffee Table.
It's called a Waterfall Coffee Table because you cut a portion off and that turns into a leg.But you do it on a Miter so the grain is continuous from the top onto the leg.First step in the process being to fill in the many cracks the slab has, with epoxy.
I first flipped the slab over, using Painter's Tape to tape off all the cracks and holes I could see.This is so as I start pouring in epoxy it won't of course just fall through the other side.I got a lot of recommendations...