Floating Epoxy Waterfall River Table | Woodworking How to Build


How to build a floating epoxy waterfall river table from a live edge slab. I used ecopoxy for the epoxy resin table and a nice live edge slab of cherry. This project had a lot of firsts for me including my first time to do a waterfall table, first time to weld, and first time learning how to pour epoxy resin. Enjoy this woodworking how to!

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