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    This qualify as flat work update

    Okey Dokey,

    I know some of you guys don't get out any more,

    So in case you missed it, Here are some photos

    of the completed bartop prior to finish.

    with just the elk poured.

    And did I mention I connected the rails, Bar and Drink

    with one of them there dominos?

    Wonderful tool. My life and methods have taken a huge stroll

    down easy street.

    P.

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    NICE LOOKING PER....WHAT IS THAT YOU ARE POURING IN THAT CARVED PIECE
    REG

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    That would be MAS epoxy Reg.

    Slow cure no blush.

    http://www.masepoxies.com/

    Per

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    That's looking sweet, Per. Thanks for posting the pics here. Doesn't look like easy street from here...looks like a lot of hard work. Great job.
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    Looking good Per. do you cover the entire bar with the epoxy? That new Festool looks like it's coming in handy!

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    I have been looking for something along those lines. Can you mix it to cure faster and still have a "no blush" look
    reg

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    Reg,

    You can.

    But.....

    There are so many variables, it becomes risky.

    There technical customer service is amazing.

    Always a human on the phone.

    One with dirty hands I might add.

    per

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    Really coming along and looking great Per.

    How much longer before one will be able to "belly up" and get a cold one? I'm getting a little parched.

    Karl

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    How will you finish the epoxy?

    I know it will cure somewhat flat, but it must need some kind of "sanding"...?

    Sure is looking great!

    Cheers!
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    Stu,

    After the epoxy we will sand the living crap out of the top.
    then to the Behlens table top regimen which is out lined here.

    http://festool.ndic.com/woodworking.aspx

    Per

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