Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018. by Aileen Frost in End Table.
Making some nesting tables that could be used as dining tables, coffee tables, side tables and, if anything, let's get started just to make things a little easier to handle. We cut a rough measurement with a track saw and then moved inside to the table saw the bigger table of the two tables is three by five and we are going to start cutting and gluing those up. First. Each table is going to be two layers thick, so we added some screws up through the bottom to give some extra strength, and so they won't be visible in the final product.
Then we cut out the smaller tables, which are two by four and glued those up right on top of the others, and clamp them down. after the glue was dry. We painted just the tops white and then cut to final dimension. Twelve b-24 square. How do you feel about it being our last epoxy day? Very messy we used a two-part epoxy in each part is the same amount. We measured them separately and then put them together. Mixing for about five minutes. We did two coats of epoxy. The first one is just a fill coat to get into all the holes on this coat. We also sealed all the edges. After about four hours, we came back into the float coat using the same measurements as before. We spread it out pretty evenly and let it run off the edges.
This epoxy is also self-leveling, so that helps out a ton. After a couple of days, we saw in it to make it more matte while doing the spring finish. I unboxed our legs, so we just got our legs for the nesting tables in the mail and we chose these hairpin legs from DIY hairpin legs. They came out super cool. We will leave links for them in the description below we're loading up the last few things to get our Lululemon and that wraps up this job. The last build is in the store and they look so so good. We are so happy with the results of everything from this project. If you want to check out all the other stuff, we did for the store, there'll be links down below.
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