Build your own - Epoxy Coffee Table

Learn to make an Epoxy River Table

Dates: Sept 9th and 23rd / Oct 14th and 28th
Time: 9:00 to 12:30 or 1:30-5:00
Skill Level: Beginner
Cost:  $975

Join us to build your very own epoxy river table (up to 23'' x 47'')

You will leave the class with a completed table you built your self!

Students are welcome to participate with a partner.

Day 1 - You will start the class by selecting your wood, we will discuss all the details about epoxy, lumber and form options. We will prepare the wood for the pour. Once we mix the epoxy you select and refine your colour, then comes the fun part.....pouring!  Our projects will be left to cure until the second day of the class.

Day 2 - Students will return to their tables removed from their mold, flattened and cut to size. What is needed is to hand sand the table top and apply an edge treatment, Chamfer or Round over?  Once fully sanded it's time to apply the finish and attach the legs.

Legs - Hair pin legs included

All tools and materials will be provided, including: Hair pin legs, 3gal Epoxy Kit ($295), Rubio Monocoat Pure Finish, a pail, and the lumber. 

In the class you will be using a router, palm sander, and a drill, brush sander and a draw knife.

All skill levels are welcome, but this class will move at a pace for a beginner making their first epoxy table.

*PLEASE NOTE*- Workshop is non refundable. We will get you into the next available class.



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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Tony Anzit

I haven’t started the course yet but I’m very excited to be able to make an epoxy coffee table. Thank you very much Paul for opening up course for an additional walnut table

steve harris
April. 15 and 22

Haven't done course yet

Karen Hamilton

I haven’t taken the course yet

Great Experience

I would highly recommend this workshop. Wow, what a excellent workshop, the information was given with lots of personnel experience, good and bad. I had never worked with epoxy before and was all new to me. My wife was amazed at the quality of the finished product, she wants you to do another workshop to make some matching end tables. I do wish there was some info on the products we used, maybe a take home printout, my memory isn't what it used to be. Ha ha !!! Thanks again. Ken

Jonathan Vlasic
Great experience!

Great help and info.

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