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Project by BlueStingrayBoots posted 09-11-2014 03:18 PM 1910 views 5 times favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Mesquite natural edge mini bar / table. Clear brushed on epoxy. Original plan was to add a couple waterfall stools but I’ll still make them for a later date. I also used several long lag screws. Table is very heavy and sturdy. No glue so it dismantles into four parts.





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ChrisK

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#1 posted 09-11-2014 04:08 PM

Very nice, great work.

-- Chris K

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#2 posted 09-11-2014 04:24 PM

Wow!
Love that color and the live edge.
Nicely done!

-- Chem, Central California

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#3 posted 09-11-2014 05:31 PM

Awesome!!! thanks for sharing.

-- Flying MLB *** A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.

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#4 posted 09-11-2014 09:39 PM

You are all about that mesquite and it looks great!

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#5 posted 09-11-2014 11:54 PM

Great looking!
I am a big mesquite fan and you did it proud.

“brushed on epoxy”? Is that the pour on bar top epoxy?

-- " I'll try to be nicer, if you'll try to be smarter" gfadvm

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#6 posted 09-12-2014 12:05 AM

I’d definitely have a cold one at that bar! Great looking bar—love the live edge!

-- Dean

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#7 posted 09-12-2014 12:50 AM

Thanks for the nice comments LJ friends! I think it should work out great for football season and the big screen!

gfadvm, have been using marine epoxy. just brush it on and light sanding b4 second coat. The bar top pour on flood coat resin is a different brand I believe. Liquid glass. i’ve been wanting to try it.

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#8 posted 09-12-2014 01:08 AM

Thanks

-- " I'll try to be nicer, if you'll try to be smarter" gfadvm

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#9 posted 09-12-2014 01:15 AM

BlueStingRay-

Looks awesome! I live in Fort Worth and have been thinking about trying to do some work with mesquite because it is all over the place here. How do you like working with it? I can only imagine it is pretty tough to work with?

-- The Wood Is Your Oyster

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#10 posted 09-12-2014 01:21 AM

I love it. I’ve decided not to work with anything else. Im missing equally what their missing, maybe there missing more. ;)

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#11 posted 09-12-2014 06:09 AM

Absolutely amazing

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#12 posted 09-12-2014 07:40 AM

Excellent work …

-- Lathe and my imagination will do everything to realize my dreams...Vanzemaljac

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#13 posted 09-12-2014 02:13 PM

Nice table! It’s a good thing you can dismantle it to move, as it looks to be a bugger to budge.

-- "They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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