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slim63

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And for my next trick :)

A resin table top I made for someone who never collected :( £40 worth of resin in there (5kg) all I want is my money back on it or very close




Then I have another workshop, mancave type stool/table, this one is very strong & very heavy so would easily take a roughly 400 square table top & still be stable ..... Happy to do that if anyone wants it, no extra charge on here just ask ;)....... Sold




I also have this table with a saw blade top roughly 2 foot in dia, unfortunately the top warped a bit under welding despite my best efforts & its hacked me off no end so I cant bring myself to mess with it anymore, any offer over £20 takes it, that does not even cover the parts or welding






Oh and its all collect only from Tamworth in staffs unless you are close enough for me to deliver
 
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ogr1

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Me likey the stool/table thingy...very steam punked.(y)
 

slim63

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Have you got some pics of the clocks?

Certainly do young man, I am short of shelf ones at the moment but can make more :D









Prices start at a tenner rising to 25 quid & post is £6 although pickup is welcome ;)
 

andyBeaker

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@slim63 take a look at David Mack Designs on YouTube and see what they do with timber and resin. Beautiful!
 

slim63

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@slim63 take a look at David Mack Designs on YouTube and see what they do with timber and resin. Beautiful!

There are plenty out there who have jumped on the resin bandwagon, to be honest its not hard to do once you understand how to mix it, I worked in a glassfibre factory for a while so have a pretty good knowledge of resins & their usage, casting resin is slightly different to what I am used to but the principles are the same, its just reaction times & mixes that vary a little

I could easily do resin tables & other things as many are doing but you need space & its a little messy, it also costs a lot in materials both for the object to be made & the mold to make it in, not something i have space or money to do really
 
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