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Live Edge River Table | Woodworking How-To
- Fix This Build That: Great, video brother. That thing turned out completely amazing.
- Raven Sanchez: That table is a piece of art! Absolutely beautiful work!
- Whatever: That's tabe is ripe for a rich hillbilly
- Callum Milligan: whats the name of the music?
- Adrian Perez: what do you use for the final coat to bring that color out?
- jerome jordan: That is by far, the most beautiful table I've ever seen. Well done fella's, thanks for sharing !
- Alicia Baella: Beautiful??
- CC Media: you should reupload without the music.
- Movies by E: Congrats on 100k subs.
- Claudio Zirilli: Woow… How did you cut the glass???
- TreeLogic LLC: Beautiful table.
As gorgeous at it is, and I hate being "that guy", but the glass is going to break one awful day. And it's not quite a flat surface. Nothing like a bumpy table to aggravate you. I feel like a translucent blue epoxy resin might've worked better to remedy those issues.
Practicality aside, it's a stunning slab of walnut and really is a beautiful showpiece.
- Woodworking: that table looks like a piece of art, it belongs in a museum! great build, well done, congrats!
- Jarom Merrell: or you could use resin
- cavyboy99: Looks nice but man y'all did that like the hardest way possible
- Floriz Plays: How much Will this be?
- djihad zetchi: There is no epoxy material in the table
- Sally Wedel: I could not hear the name of the sealer product because of the music , please tell me the name again. Thanks db
- Tamim Ahmed: Great
- lukgaroo: Errrrrr … You could've cut the time in half using epoxy resin. No worries in future of breakage of the glass
- Gaviano Fernando: Bellissimo