$250 Slab To $7700 Table

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    Blacktail StudioBlacktail Studio

    Not just how to make an epoxy resin table, but how to clean up epoxy when you're done. And everything in between. This build went pretty well, although I did break a corner off at one point! So you get to see how I fixed that too.

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Digtalzz
Digtalzz

You have tottaly inspired me to become a woodworker. I hope that with enough effort I can make something decently nice looking to be able to look good in my house. Thanks for inspiring me!

Vor year
MickeyMouseLovesPam
MickeyMouseLovesPam

@Ninou Ninou is that supposed to be a general statement, or is it a question ⁉️ You didn't use any punctuation so I'm a bit lost and confused.......

Vor 10 Tage
George Thinks
George Thinks

Also save the 7450$ in cost

Vor 2 Monate
David Soto
David Soto

same here, I'm moving soon and hoping to find a place with enough room to build a work shop

Vor 2 Monate
Neo
Neo

@Blacktail Studio How about legs from epoxy ?

Vor 2 Monate
Ross Wells
Ross Wells

Wood. It’s nice to see that everyone can make mistakes and you still include them in your videos, along with solutions. great work.

Vor 4 Monate
MickeyMouseLovesPam
MickeyMouseLovesPam

@Jordan what worked??

Vor 10 Tage
Jordan
Jordan

wow it actually worked 👀

Vor 4 Monate
Jameson Rauth
Jameson Rauth

I love these tables and the craftsmanship that goes into producing one. I would love to make one some day and your videos will help me achieve that goal. Thank you so much!

Vor 2 Monate
ACope
ACope

I’m so glad I discovered your channel. I’ve always loved raw wood tops and epoxy but I never knew how it was done and the thickness has always very much intimated me because of warping. I think I’m going to dip my toe into the deep end (so to speak) and try my first small project. Awesome content and explanation as you work. I’ve probably watched 20 videos in two evenings! Keep up the good work

Vor Monat
Blacktail Studio
Blacktail Studio

Love it!!

Vor Monat
Alvin Tan
Alvin Tan

I have always loved woodwork and appreciate the craftsmanship involved. Loved these tables when I first saw it at a friend’s house last year. Thanks for showing how it is done. Nice job!

Vor 2 Monate
Rod Neil
Rod Neil

Wood or Metal, depends on the shape or the overall look of the finish. Might also depend where the finished product is being placed, ie: on it's own or with other furniture, what do the chairs look like. Nothing is as simple as one or the other, if it was easy, everyone would do it. Love your work. I'm inspired to give it a try, love working with wood but never tried anything with epoxy. G'day from Australia.

Vor 25 Tage
Baris
Baris

Solid 4 second break 😂

Vor year
JT Smith
JT Smith

This actually made me laugh 🤣🤣

Vor 2 Tage
Leo Rico
Leo Rico

@Winston Sammy a

Vor 3 Monate
mmwjade07
mmwjade07

🤣🤣

Vor 4 Monate
Fernando Ribeiro
Fernando Ribeiro

ahahahh good one

Vor 4 Monate
Blue BukkitDev
Blue BukkitDev

The only tip I can think of would be this: Don't hesitate to use scraps of wood to make an elaborate clamp that is perfect for the job. It's better to use up a couple of small scraps which might be useful later to ensure a perfect seam on your current project.

Vor 24 Tage
MAD TURTLE
MAD TURTLE

I just want to say that I have great admiration for what you do. It is pretty amazing to watch you take something like a simple piece of wood( beautiful as wood is) and turn it into something so incredible. Truly inspiring.

Vor 2 Monate
Judah
Judah

Thank you so much for making these videos. Your skill at your craft is amazing. You actually have motivated me in trying to make a table. Greetings and much love from Juan in Delaware.

Vor 3 Monate
Bill Bryan
Bill Bryan

Great video ! Your videos are Very easy to watch to the end I want to make my first epoxy resin table this summer after recovering from surgery so I am paying close attention to your video's. Thank you for your inspiration

Vor 3 Monate
Sam Cisneros
Sam Cisneros

Watching others do what they do well is rewarding in of itself. I once made a bowl on a lathe, back in 7th grade Wood Shop, but I have no illusions about ever being able to create this kind of art. But I appreciate it. My attention to your work comes from being an high school English teacher, from reading great stories and articles and from needing to read all the way to the end to see understand the finished product, or from writing a story, essay, or article, and needing to finish to see how well I have done. Thankfully, my mistakes can be fixed in less than 24 hours, but I was incredibly impressed with the patch to the corner, to preserve the integrity of the table you promised to deliver. Watching you create the table, even at warp speed was interesting and fun. I don't think you talked too much. Well, maybe for the experts watching your work, perhaps you may have. But I followed your verbal script and your actions, and never lost focus. Well done. Well done.

Vor 5 Monate
Lori Wolfe
Lori Wolfe

I, too, made a wood bowl in 7th grade shop and it is what has kept me doing woodworking all these years.

Vor 4 Monate
Joanne Walters
Joanne Walters

Awesome table top! I loved the final look on the metal base! It would look just as good if not better if the metal base was black. Your an awesome artist!

Vor 3 Monate
B. Tydings
B. Tydings

Cam - thank you for all your incredible content over the years. I am impressed with your work, but maybe more impressed with your humility, selflessness, and honesty. Bill

Vor Monat
Adam Riddering
Adam Riddering

Cam - I'm a big fan of your videos. Started watching them in the last week as I am looking to make my own table. Thanks for putting this content out there for all. I'll be buying your workshop course as well.

Vor Monat
Andrea Alvey
Andrea Alvey

Thank you for explaining so thoroughly your processes. I love seeing what can be done with natural supplies to enhance the final project!

Vor 2 Monate
Tommy Thep
Tommy Thep

Wood and metal. The final shot of the table on that incline looks amazing! With a few mods it could make a sweet display table of sorts. Your video formatting is good. The talking you do through the whole thing works. It's informative, and you're not selling us up on Oxy Clean. Keep up the good work!

Vor 5 Monate
Fern Taylor
Fern Taylor

I'm going to make my first table, thank you for all of your videos on how to make them!💜

Vor 3 Monate
david lerew
david lerew

Metal. Great job Cam! New viewer here. Just getting started in epoxy and appreciate the tip on pre finishing to prevent staining of the wood. I’d love to know more about your polishing methods.

Vor 2 Monate
Measured_Mtb
Measured_Mtb

I'm another first timer watching your craftsmanship at work and such a beautiful piece in the end. I personally like the metal base already, I think the naturality of wood against man made and designed metal looks awesome. Great video Sir

Vor 2 Monate
Viviana Molinares
Viviana Molinares

The table is stunning. I like how meticulously you work. You asked: metal vs wood— no contest. Nothing compares to the warmth of wood and the surprises found in the organic grain. However……I think the table would have looked better with clear rather than black. My opinion. It’s a magnificent piece of art, excellent craftsmanship.

Vor 3 Monate
Nathan Ryan
Nathan Ryan

Love this table, excellent patch on the corner as well, I'm a Staircase builder by trade, I specialised in curved handrails. Another way I've found to fix difficult patches is to use 2 types of glue, standard PVA wood glue on the outside edge of the timber faces and a super glue on the inside of the faces. Personally I've found a product called Mitre Fast, a 2 part super glue that bonds in 10seconds as the most efficient method. This allows you to fix the issue completely and move on within the hour without having to wait for the PVA to fully cure.

Vor 4 Monate
Dan Soma
Dan Soma

Wood! Though your metal base looked fantastic! Very impressive table! Thanks for the insight into the process, the widening of the air holes is brilliant! Would have loved to have seen the finish process too when you sent it off! :D

Vor 2 Monate
Collette Landwer
Collette Landwer

I always choose wood over metal (too industrial). I really love the skewed angle of this table top. I’ve been watching your videos and am guessing that’s why a Canadian tree cutting video popped up in my recommendations. This one had an 8 foot across base. Kind of sloppy after the cut, but my first thought was … “Don’t damage that too much, that would make a wonderful wood/epoxy table.

Vor Monat
Keith Sant
Keith Sant

Metal for sure. Great video and amazing work. The patch job was totally on point. 🤩

Vor 2 Monate
Tre Blackwell
Tre Blackwell

Just now checking out your videos and they are awesome. Love the explanation through it to help with questions. I’ve recently gotten into wanting to do this so it’s nice to have a great video to go back to if I have questions. Great job. ✊🏾

Vor 2 Monate
Shane Kelly
Shane Kelly

This is so beautiful! I would love to own a table like this one day. Or maybe one day make my own ;)

Vor 2 Monate
Jonathan Sule
Jonathan Sule

Thanks for the mold construct video. Started my first river run desk this week after thinking about it for past 12 months lol. Glad I watched this too. Will be showing this to my brother from church who is helping me. Will be 72”x30”x2.5” using an alder slab I cut into 4 pieces of varying sizes. I just can’t decide if I want to make it perfectly clear resin or do ‘river run’ using blue and green resin dye. The wood is gorgeous so probably will be clear to show it off. Will be standing on an Apex Pro by desk.haus and supporting a 55” Lg oled c2 once they’re in stores as the pc monitor. You are a real inspiration so kudos on your successful business and thanks!

Vor 2 Monate
Ashley
Ashley

Wood and metal. I love your tables and thank you for taking the time to take us through your process. It was very calming like you suggested in the beginning of the video!

Vor Monat
big jake
big jake

Your amazing at what you do and your tips and tricks are the best hope you are able to keep making videos for us to injoy for years to come thank you

Vor 2 Monate
BC Spear
BC Spear

I always say wood but I have seen some really nice metal recently that is making me second guess. I am planning my own desk and dining table and watching everything I can find. I have seen a number of your videos and appreciate the great information and tips. Cheers, BC

Vor 3 Monate
Michael M
Michael M

WOOD - I love the metal look with your amazing woodwork.. Weird fun idea.. Have you ever thought about incorporating metal into the slap instead of apoxy to fill in the gaps? I saw your video the other day with the Brass incorporated and got me thinking. I love all the different videos and projects you make!

Vor Monat
Joshua Knight
Joshua Knight

Hey great work, love what you are doing. Can’t wait to see what you do next!!!!

Vor 2 Monate
Lydia Reaves
Lydia Reaves

I am a huge fan of combining wood and metal. I love the finished look of your table top. Beautiful.

Vor 3 Monate
Lauren Thorsteinson
Lauren Thorsteinson

Wood and metal, depends on how the piece looks. Beautiful table!! My 11 year old son was watching your video and was fascinated by it, so he ran and got me and said, “Mom!! Come see how they fix a hole in wood.” I honestly had no idea you could do that. Amazing job!!

Vor 4 Monate
Tony Laycock
Tony Laycock

This is Awesome. I would love to get started in woodworking. I absolutely love this. I’m planning to try to do woodworking once I buy land and get my farm up and going. I will be watching all your videos.

Vor 3 Monate
Stephen Woods
Stephen Woods

I do love these videos as they outline all the issues - both good things and the mistakes you make. That’s quite courageous. I’m going to be setting up a small (almost hobby level) shop to make standing floor lamps. I’ve always loved the indirect light they offer in a room. And your videos are giving me so many ideas to use. I may even start up my own blog. Who knows as I’ll probably be building the house first, so I’ll start there! Thanks again for these videos.

Vor Monat
TheAverageBear
TheAverageBear

First time watching a video of yours. I am building an outdoor bar and I was going to do a concrete counter but after watching your video I might give this a go. Thanks for sharing what you do.

Vor 2 Monate
G Train
G Train

Wood, with metal ;-p That stand/legs looks freaking amazing! Sent this video to my other half who has started furniture flipping. I have always wanted to make a "wood river" table, they are fantastic!

Vor 3 Monate
Michael Burke
Michael Burke

Great work! Thank you so much for the dedication of making sure you document every step along the way in your tutorial/ master craftsmen documentary. Your explanation of problems we may or may not run into is such an advantage for us and that's what separates you from most! Prevention maintenance over trial and error saves me a great deal of time and money . I don't usually Comment like this , long to short , thank u for your guidance I'm taking my passion of the arts to the next level this past year with thanks to you and the few others like u. 👍

Vor 4 Monate
Steve Starling
Steve Starling

Love your work and explanation. Really love the wood with minimal epoxy.

Vor 13 Tage
Mark Nasia
Mark Nasia

Wood, wonderful job on the table, I watch for the “tricks” the fixes etc. it is great to see you being honest about your experience, it really helps others choose to see which path they want to go down.

Vor Monat
Taylor Crane
Taylor Crane

I freaking love these videos. I just found you today and I’ve probably watched 5 hours! I wanted to ask you why you only use slabs and not boards. I assume the clients are probably looking for something specific. I made an 8x4 dining table with old white oak railroad wood. I ran into a few issues along the way and I didn’t have anyone to look to for experience. One thing I found interesting is the epoxy I mixed the first few pours were quite small, then my flood coat I used a large bucket, and within 30 seconds of mixing the resin and hardener, it started smoking and melted my bucket. The company told me all epoxy would do that as it is exothermic, and I needed to mix larger pours on sheet trays… I ended up just using a bunch of 1/2 gallon mixes and I ended up scraping the final pour right down the middle and sure enough, still to this day have a strip of tacky epoxy. I plan to refinish is someday when my kids gauge it or something, but do you know any tips or tricks other that picking it out and re-pouring? I look forward to using your workshop when I build my in-laws new table for their lake house next year.

Vor Monat
Irate Puffin
Irate Puffin

I know I have seen others who will layer the resin for that exact reason. Maybe try the type of resin he uses?

Vor 23 Tage
Bobby Hughes
Bobby Hughes

Absolutely amazing video. Thanks SO MUCH for all the DETAIL! I’m currently cutting my own slabs and am going to be making tables soon! Also, BEAUTIFUL table!

Vor 6 Tage
R Brown
R Brown

Metal. Beautiful work, as always. And as requested, my experience tip: when using a saw or plane to cut away overhang like on the fix for the lost corner: cut in the direction that pushes or pulls the pieces together (not away from each other, just in case any weakness in the joint (or adjacent wood) decides to take advantage of the situation.

Vor 5 Monate
Bad Voodoo
Bad Voodoo

When I did wood working and needed a bevel An older carpenter said to do the corners first about a foot away from the ends to prevent snaps or breaks from the weight of the length I disregarded it the first time and than I was like sure we will try it Second time it came out perfect Home renovation- client wanted some custom molding they seen online but they didn’t want to pay the money for it so he paid me and my mentor to make them and reframe ever door and do some custom stairs Oh joy Funny thing is my mentor was in his 50’ s he was old school and as close to no power tools as possible except for precision cuts He would hand saw or chip everything and sand and shave everything

Vor 5 Monate
Robby Menna
Robby Menna

Wood! Thank you for the content you produce. I love it. And find you very informative. Especially talking throughout the video helps me relax as I’m binge watching your channel lol I’m a certified arborist and have a large stockpile of wood that needs to be utilized. Thank you for the motivation. Keep. It. Up.

Vor 2 Monate
Roxanne Phillips
Roxanne Phillips

The table is gorgeous and the leg design stunning. If it were mine I would have used copper color metal. I think it would have been even more beautiful to compliment the brown colors

Vor 2 Monate
DJ Builds It
DJ Builds It

Wood but now resin too! Beautiful table. Very well done! You are definitely a master at your craft. Worth every dollar.

Vor 3 Monate
Mike S
Mike S

wow amazing work really enjoyed your video ,, I've been a high end finish wood worker for over 40 yrs now here in Hawaii not ready to retire but tired of the on site installation stuff have really been considering transitioning into custom countertops and tables ,, seeing videos like yours just gets the juices flowing even more ,, Mahalo for the inspiration oh and was drooling over all your tools very nice setup !!

Vor 2 Monate
Blacktail Studio
Blacktail Studio

Love that!

Vor 2 Monate
Craft Shark
Craft Shark

Brilliant video ! Beautiful table ! Makes me all the more proud of my 3rd generation , custom built American black walnut dining table : )

Vor 3 Monate
The Empathic Armed Infidel
The Empathic Armed Infidel

I'm astounded at the adhesive properties of that epoxy! The fact that you can have a non-monolithic layout of that size and weight hold together AND plane it?! You must have been very meticulous with the mechanical abrasion to ensure THAT good of a bite, very impressive dude 🎯

Vor 4 Monate
Donald Adams
Donald Adams

Cam, it absolutely amazes me how you (a) choose a slab at your favourite source (b) make a a frame that you take with you to size up a potential slab & (c) how you use that frame to move it around so your client becomes involved in the final position of the cuts. I personally find this whole process fascinating to watch & listen to as you work your way through. Time to say how much I enjoy your tips on filling voids in both your timber & your epoxy, these would be SO useful for people just starting out. Got to love the repair of the unfortunate 'corner crash', You did an amazing job, well done. Absolutely spot on your normal exceptionally high standard of work, I just love it. Don from South Aust.

Vor 3 Monate
billy goat
billy goat

Nice work, love the beautiful grain and how it stands out with the varnish applied.

Vor 2 Monate
PureNrGG
PureNrGG

Wood and metal. I am a maker through and through, I love everything to do with wood and metal work! Sadly however several years ago I was diagnosed with a chronic disability which makes it near impossible to continue on with these hobbies, so watching makers on YouTube really help me get through it all. From the bottom of my heart thank you, keep up the amazing videos!

Vor Monat
Xaver von Treyer
Xaver von Treyer

Base looks great as is. Bare metal. I guess it also depends on final location of the table. Amazing job all in all.

Vor 2 Monate
Michael Masseri
Michael Masseri

Great repair also. Sometimes we have to slow down towards the end of the cut. Also, with the track saw. You can stop and trim the cut off so it's not dangling. Or, change the saw blade. The carbines get dull or damages

Vor 5 Monate
Stephe Worley
Stephe Worley

Loved your video and "The Why" of what your doing. I usually prefer doing wooden legs of different angled designs but I have to say I do like the metal look. I look forward to seeing some of your other videos. Now time for me to make some saw dust.

Vor 2 Monate
George Gleason
George Gleason

We have the exact same metal base on a butterfly table we just got last year. Also we have steel bases on a coffee table I made a couple years ago and a cow hide bench we made early last year. The beauty of the bases are you can design what you want and it's not all that expensive and fairly easy to work with. Steel is very forgiving.

Vor 3 Monate
Alicia Clair
Alicia Clair

Metal. Especially the old metal pipe look, love the black resin on this table and the tip on that corner fix. Great tip!

Vor 2 Monate
Negosyo Manila
Negosyo Manila

Browsing your video is like reading a good book! there was never a time my attention was out. 👀 I have benefited a lot! Thank you for making us smile!🥰 Your channel is awesome, so are you!! I'll never get used to saying it is worthy of a million likes! Fully watched! 💯🥰

Vor 3 Monate
B Lewis
B Lewis

Normally wood, but that metal looked amazing. I love watching a slab turn into something beautiful. Great video.

Vor 4 Monate
TheAlmighty Jesus
TheAlmighty Jesus

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Vor 2 Monate
TheAlmighty Jesus
TheAlmighty Jesus

#JESUS FIRST For By Jesus All Things Are Created I'm Here For The News Of The Kingdom Of God And While Religion Has You Doing Good Deeds To Earn Salvation The Biblical Jesus Died And Rose Again For The Forgiveness Of Sin And By Grace You Are Saved So You Walk In Him For He Loved Us So We Love The Lord

Vor 2 Monate
maureen michel
maureen michel

Always prefere wood love the texture and look . Your tables are beautiful x

Vor Monat
Ashton Squires
Ashton Squires

First time watching one of your videos and I’m already in love with it! The black is such a gorgeous contrast with the wood. Loving the metal/wood combo at the end too!

Vor 2 Monate
Jasmyne Robinson
Jasmyne Robinson

Omg this my first time watching and I totally agree, let’s not forget it’s low key satisfying to watch lol

Vor 2 Monate
N.S.A
N.S.A

Perfeito!

Vor 12 Tage
DUB TV
DUB TV

That 4 second break had me dying also I love the channel I love making things rather than just buying it it's a completely different feeling

Vor 2 Monate
Red Shed Garden & Gifts
Red Shed Garden & Gifts

Awesome! I watched the entire video! Love how that corner turned out. I'm trying to learn how to do a floor but was intrigued by how you laid out that piece of wood and cut off the 2 pieces and incorporated them into one bad ass table!!

Vor 4 Monate
Michael Lane
Michael Lane

Metal!! A satin grain stainless steel would look amazing under that dark table!!!! Great vid!!!! I don’t think you talk to much but the sound of the channel hitting the Wood was great!! Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge!!💜 stay safe keep them fingers they come in handy from time to time!

Vor 3 Monate
hasmax786
hasmax786

When tiling I usually start my cut from one end, I bring the blade up and resume cutting from the other end to meet initial cut to avoid splitting.

Vor 2 Monate
Curtis Burdick
Curtis Burdick

I absolutely love how much you explain what your doing and why your doing it lol most people leave a lot of tiny little things that they do out or don't explain a reasoning of why they did something a certain. Most work like this stuff imo it's the little details make the biggest difference between making a good product from a great product! Love your videos

Vor 16 Tage
A. Webb
A. Webb

I prefer wood surfaces but metal base, I like a balance of aesthetics and strength of the table. I did a tiny bit of wood work when I was a kid. I should give it a crack again some day. This was very informative and entertaining.

Vor 2 Monate
CalvinJ82
CalvinJ82

Always love the thoroughness of your videos and the honesty. I've never seen a blown out corner repaired so well. I would have just the shortened the table another cut to get it off. Metal or wood base? Depends on the style of the table. Cant be one or the other for me, so both!

Vor 5 Monate
Michael F
Michael F

Wood legs are my preference. Great job. Thanks for explaining as you work I appreciate it. Your willingness to share your skill and experience is also greatly appreciated.

Vor 2 Monate
Will's Way
Will's Way

Metal. Great video and lovely work! I'm a woodworker too and considering making my first epoxy table. I'm also in the market for a sander and see you use a festool. Would you recommend the rotex version or the ets version? I have no access to a big sander to put a table top through and the nearest rentable space is quite a long way away so was thinking the rotex version would be able to do a similar job to the drum sander and could then switch it over to do the finishing? Appreciate your advice :)

Vor 2 Monate
Omar G
Omar G

I like both metal and wood depends on the application. Have you ever considered using a vacuum chamber to pull the bubbles out of the mixed epoxy to prevent the pits and air bubbles? Great work also

Vor 2 Monate
Nick Charabaruk
Nick Charabaruk

I've been thinking the same thing. He needs to get a vacuum table :P

Vor 26 Tage
UkuArt. com
UkuArt. com

I think the metal looks very striking! This is absolutely gorgeous!🧡 That's talent!

Vor 3 Monate
DeAnne Paris
DeAnne Paris

I have just started playing with epoxy, still very much in the soaking in info phase. Even if I never get to your level, I have learned so much from you! I love your work, and the way you lay out your videos. I don't think you talk to much at all. The info you give is all useful to those of us trying to learn, not just be entertained. You are my favorite before work habit now! I love your work, it's so beautiful and inspiring!

Vor 6 Monate
DeAnne Paris
DeAnne Paris

My woodworking is more construction instead of furniture building. I make epoxy cups etc. and love working in epoxy, so I want to extend my skills. I am 53 now and started cutting for my husband when I was in my 20s.

Vor 5 Monate
Heather Walper
Heather Walper

When did you start woodworking?

Vor 5 Monate
amine sayagh
amine sayagh

First of all wood hh, second i like the fact that you explain in details while showing the work progress instead of putting music . Last your work is so inspiring thanks a lot . I hope one day i will be able to make such work of art .

Vor 2 Monate
Amanda Mousseau
Amanda Mousseau

Wood , I LOVE your tables I hope to make or own my own someday soon absolutely stunning work

Vor 2 Monate
Liam Wright
Liam Wright

I like the contrast between wood and metal. Iron looks really cool and brushed aluminum if the styling is right. Great work dude 🤙

Vor 2 Monate
Alec Segal
Alec Segal

Metal! Hey, what epoxy do you use for the fast set when you're applying it to the live edge river?

Vor 2 Monate
Caroline Ireland
Caroline Ireland

I love the finished table. Admit I had doubts at the beginning when you said black epoxy, but i stuck with it and was converted at the end! Absolutely brilliant solution to the imperfect corner. I think I would have rounded it off and done the same thing to all the other corners to match because of where the problem was and the size and the issue with not being able to clamp. So hats off to you for sorting it out so brilliantly!

Vor 6 Monate
Roger McCarthy
Roger McCarthy

Beautiful project. i have toyed with doing a small table for some time. I love your video where you have taken us thru the entire process from cleaning up the epoxy and the filling the small bubbles. thanks a lot.

Vor 20 Tage
Kyle Scully
Kyle Scully

Metal. Beautiful table. I'm not a woodworker at all, but I find these videos interesting. I was blown away by how you fixed the chipped corner and the end result of it lol WOW!

Vor 3 Monate
Tiago Reyes Vassallo
Tiago Reyes Vassallo

Such beautiful amazing woodwork! How long did you take to make it?

Vor 2 Monate
blaine armstrong
blaine armstrong

Great work! The table looks great on the metal legs.

Vor 3 Monate
AmazonianJ
AmazonianJ

Welp - now I wanna make a wood epoxy table. Nice work and really appreciate you taking the time to explain steps and "dumb down" some of the steps for a novice like myself.

Vor 3 Monate
Ripnlip Tightlines
Ripnlip Tightlines

Depends on the application. Wood for a simple old school house and metal for a more modern space. Either way your tables are beautiful.

Vor 3 Monate
Matt Rothschild
Matt Rothschild

Just found your channel. I luv it! Great work, Ive been day dreaming about this type of work for a while now and am feeling inspired:)

Vor 2 Monate
Александра Лебедева
Александра Лебедева

Cam - I'm a big fan of your videos. Started watching them in the last week as I am looking to make my own table. Thanks for putting this content out there for all. I'll be buying your workshop course as well.

Vor 7 Tage
itsmutual
itsmutual

Stunning. Well done. I love seeing that grain. Like the base too. Thank you. 🤙

Vor 3 Monate
Yenok Tantanyan
Yenok Tantanyan

Dude, your work is amazing. I loved the table. I like the wood look and I prefer to have the legs sprayed matte black and give it a nice modern look.

Vor 3 Monate
Murphy's law 78
Murphy's law 78

Always been a metal worker. But I need to learn wood. Love watching these videos

Vor 2 Monate
Marshall Barton
Marshall Barton

This is awesome!!! I build houses and I love to try to get into some tables... have always seen at shows. I have a 7 ft pile of cut off live edge wood because I milled at my shop 17 logs. So I need to give them some love before they turn into firewood. just did my first concrete countertop as rustic log stamp. There are thousands of projects to be made with many type of materials. Look forward to finding your liquid epoxy you use. Will go look for the other videos as I have built and remodeled for 16 years and yet to do how to videos. LOL

Vor 3 Monate
Gideon Kroll
Gideon Kroll

I really love a wood top with a metal base/legs. I’m pretty much an apprentice carpenter. I just did my first job solo. I had the same chipping issue I made a kneeler for my pastor. Masking tape is incredibly useful. If you’re using a chop saw another way to help is put your revealing side face down. Really enjoyed the video thanks man!

Vor 4 Monate
Nomadic Nayyar
Nomadic Nayyar

*Hi Cam!* 👋 I'm a sucker for such (satisfying) mechanical work videos, and happened to bump into this video of yours. *A loyal subscriber now.* 😊🙏🏼 *PS:* Continue taking such long breaks in between. 🙂

Vor 2 Monate
Stephen Cech
Stephen Cech

Wood. Another stunning table, wow! Until I discovered your channel I didn't knows those kinds of amazing slabs exhisted . Lovely job man, very very impressed!

Vor Monat
Jacqui Butler
Jacqui Butler

Depends on the setting, iv always grown up with wooden tables in my home with wooden bases. If it was metal, I would want an artistic statement to the metalwork, then bring it on.

Vor 18 Tage
Hesh
Hesh

You are very good at explaining👍 Wondering if theres a natural alternative to epoxy. Some type of gum compound. Or cement would do it but make the table too heavy. could do cement and mesh. Liquid ceramic might also work.

Vor 3 Monate
dina denman
dina denman

I love the table you made! I like the metal base, it’s a great contrast to the wood.

Vor 4 Monate
Martin Parry
Martin Parry

Sweet table! Nicely done 👍

Vor Monat
Rob Fra
Rob Fra

Thank you for the creative inspiration,love your work!sensational👌

Vor Monat

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