Live Edge table
Generally speaking, one of the most popular products of the epoxy table is the live edge table, which is also known as the live rustic table. As its name dictates, it has a natural edge and we do not make shape it. In this article, we are going to explain this kind of table. this kind of table can be beneficial for those who like to have a table with a natural shape because sometimes the shape of a trunk is more beautiful than a smooth shape. Furthermore, it can help customers to have a traditional scheme for their table.
How to cut wood
Utterly, this wood is created with length and width cuts called sausage cutters. Using these cuts, the wood would have a very exquisite appearance. This means that it does not have the interaction of manpower and is completely natural. If the wood contains more irregular shape, then it is likely that it has more beauty. Moreover, as much as it is a traditional handicraft, it still is state-of-the-art.
Totally, you can use the live edge table as a dining table, coffee table, furniture front table and writing desk.
Resin and wood
As a rule, in order to make a house or office place more beautiful, most people usually utilize wood handicrafts. Consequently, the epoxy resin could be the best choice for that. This means that the combination of wood and resin makes a masterpiece. For example, some products which are common and created with these materials are table, watch, dining table, coffee table and so on. Therefore, they can easily absorb others’ attention.
How to pour resin on a live edge table
Generally, to pour resin on these tables, we do not pour it on the edge and wood surface, this means we just pour it between the woods at the center of the table. According to the appropriate wood for these tables, Olive and walnut wood are suitable to manufacture a live edge table. Furthermore, to clean the surface of the table, we polish the wood. However, we do not polish to make the wood surface transparent. Finally, we use the varnish to polish the table.
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