Working with Epoxy

Our working with epoxy workshop will give you the knowledge and confidence to achieve great results on your future epoxy projects. This is a 2 day workshop spreading across the first 2 Saturdays of each month. 

We offer 2 choices of size

Artwork / Serving Board - 12'' x 18''

Coffee Table - 24'' x 48''


Techniques Learned Day 1:

Mold Building

How to mix Epoxy

How to create a range of colours

Understanding Epoxy

Techniques Learned Day 2:

De-moulding technique



All material is provided including epoxy, form materials, finish and of course the wood. 

Day: First 2 Saturdays of each month

Time: 10:00am to 1:00pm

Location: 8722 Sideroad 15, Erin, Ont, N0B2K0

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

Working with Epoxy

Weekend of fun

Did this course in May 2019. It was very good and had a chance to see and try new things. The project we did was straight forward and it would be nice to have an advanced course for a larger item such as a river table in the future. The instructors were good and we had an opportunity to see all of the things available from these vendors.

A Great Way to Spend Two Saturday Mornings

I thoroughly enjoyed the Chill Epoxy course at Legacy Lumber on Saturday July 5 & 12. Paul has a fantastic shop and business and Daniella of Smiling Rock Studio did a terrific job of teaching. It was entertaining, we were kept fully engaged and I came home with a very cool piece of walnut and epoxy which my wife immediately claimed for a charcuterie board. I highly recommend it for an introduction into this very interesting aspect of woodworking. I love this, after 42 years in the woodworking field I never stop learning. Well done guys!

Most imformative 1/2 day you will ever have

Paul and Daniella and even their camera guy Sabastian keep things moving at a pace they see the students can handle. They keep it light and fun but kost of all informative for everyone. I loved it so much i will be looking at another course next year. I would recommend this epoxy course to everyone from the very begginer to the very experienced woodworker.

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