This Wood Used to Get Burned, Now It's The Most Expensive

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    Blacktail StudioBlacktail Studio
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    I make a 96" (2.5m) dining table from a slab of salvaged Oregon Black Walnut and epoxy resin. A few ups and downs through this build, but in the end, it all works out. I hope you enjoy the build, let me know if I can do better.

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    Database: www.blacktailstudio.com/maker...
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    Track saw jig: cnexs.info/world/qqaAfazbhLB7g5g/sh-p-n.html
    How to finish a table: www.blacktailstudio.com/blog/...
    Elm desk build: cnexs.info/world/iZWFoNm7kKaUfmU/sh-p-n.html

    Items used in this build:
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    Table legs: flowyline-official.myshopify....
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    0:00 Intro
    1:17 Awkwardly unloading
    2:20 Tip for working with clients
    3:15 Track saw and track saw alternative
    4:55 Removing bark and rot
    7:01 Sealing edges and top with epoxy
    9:14 Properly measuring dye
    10:53 Second epoxy pour
    12:00 Turtle story
    12:55 Flatting epoxy table
    14:35 New table base
    16:00 Rotex sander vs belt sander vs finish sander
    16:48 Table finishing
    18:35 Rare cameo
    19:01 Delivery day

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TJMODLA +877
TJMODLA

Red.

SLAVIK TELY +644
SLAVIK TELY

When I first saw this slab I wasn't expecting such a colorful texture with "RED" lines running through it. I want to say this is one of the favorites so far.

arawtgabi +12
arawtgabi

Red. For a standard size (6 person) dining table, how thick should the wood be when making an epoxy table? Love your work, hopefully one day I can make one.

21 天 前
Nicolas Landry +20
Nicolas Landry

The idea of a tool/shop share database is great! It would really help the new shops that are getting going.

21 天 前
Ford GT +6
Ford GT

Really enjoyed this video and the whole process as I've always wondered how these tables were made. To me I see a little reddish brown in certain areas but that adds some nice character to it IMO. This table is gorgeous though!!

ZE EM +4
ZE EM

That's really cool you and your dad are still doin stuff together. I wish I knew how that felt. Your tables are so great. You should be very proud.

Nate Wehunt +7
Nate Wehunt

Red. I’m shocked those pieces of wood come from the same tree! Thanks for the videos. Just curious, in elapsed time, how long does a table like this take? Not hours you worked, but all the different curing periods, etc…. Very cool stuff.

Destiny Miller +293
Destiny Miller

A database of shops would be awesome, especially for smaller shops that are hard to find and aren't in the position to advertise.

Donna Mealy +1
Donna Mealy

What a gorgeous slab. I really love your work.

21 天 前
Lynn S +1
Lynn S

Absolutely gorgeous wood! Great job ♥️

Kaj +3
Kaj

Red. Great video and beautiful table. I just wanted to ask, when pouring epoxy to the bucket have you tried doing the swirling method? I think you can save a lot more time doing that, than just waiting 😁

21 天 前
r7j7t7 +2
r7j7t7

Absolutely gorgeous. I can't help you with the red though....I'm partially red green colorblind as well! Looking forward to the virtual workshop. Thanks for sharing your serious wealth of knowledge and experience.

CHEST'ER +41
CHEST'ER

Good job man

Tetreault Hank +6
Tetreault Hank

As s long time woodworker myself and lover of walnut I believe it’s perfect and I honestly do not see the red in it myself, Only the beautiful chocolate brown and the deeper colored heartwood. In my opinion, I see nothing but complements and an awe struck customer . Beautiful table and I too love the base you chose. Thank you for letting us enter your shop snd watch you create this .

Lee Couldwell +3
Lee Couldwell

Red.

21 天 前
Daniel Rodriguez
Daniel Rodriguez

Love just watching you do your art and seeing how it comes out

Bentley Pascoe +4
Bentley Pascoe

Red , but barely so. Personally I love the color in this slab, it's precisely what I would want in walnut if I were getting a piece of furniture made like this - lovely work!

NEIL HAY +18
NEIL HAY

Moving the heavy slabs around, have you considered using a "engine hoist". It will save your back a lot of grief later on and might make it easier for you to move them around quicker. just a few soft webbing slings and an extending bar for the slings. Might be worth looking into. Thanks for sharing your work, great job.

John Wilmington +34
John Wilmington

I’d suggest that you show them this table. If they want, you could stain away the reds, but I’m gonna bet they’ll love it this way. Really beautiful.