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This is my first poured epoxy project. I made this for our newly renovated fire station. It is walnut plywood made like a torsion box. The bottom is 3/4" birch plywood. There is a grid work of poplar inside. Total thickness is about 2 1/4". Decals are applied to unfinished table and then epoxy poured over top. The only credit I can take for the aluminum legs is the design. A metal company made them for me. They are 3" square tube powder coated black. I will make 2 more of these for our other stations.

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I think it's beautiful. Looking forward to the others.
 

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That is nice Bill. Should look good and last for a long time!
 

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Well done Bill!
 

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Well done Bill. I'm voting for you in Top 3!
 

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Man, does that ever look nice or what!!! I agree with Bob that's a definite winner in my book.
 

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walnut plywood ? really attractive table and the first plywood top I can recollect. I like it !
 

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walnut plywood ? really attractive table and the first plywood top I can recollect. I like it !

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Thanks. It was my first time using it. I think I paid $140 for the sheet and they said that was a discount.
 

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As usual, you've outdone yourself. It's a great job and I'm sure the guys are gonna like it. And, so will other departments when they see it. Could be more business coming your way.
 

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Looks great!
 

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It realy looks magnificant! That wood-metal combination is awesome. Sure guys in FD will be so proud on it.
 

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You need to give your sticker maker a really big raise! Looks great!
 

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Thanks all.
Candy, the sticker maker was the same guy that does all the decals for the fire trucks. He does a great job. Cindy couldn't make them this big for me.
 

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Oh. (In my best Miss Emily voice) NEVERMIND! Table still looks great.
 
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