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Epoxy Resin Designer Dining Table

Designer furniture Epoxy Resin Art, a new popular trend is a bold one, mixing woods and modern furniture, minimalistic styles with the retro, nostalgic styles you’d see a unique masterpiece at your home . Envision transparency of resin and wood mixed with sleek design and minimalist style.

Ganesha

3D with Marble Effect

Coffee Tables

Great home decor, which is hard to ignore!!!
When we create a coffee table made of epoxy resin, we always want to surprise you. Despite the fact that such tables only recently appeared in the art of carpentry, there are many similar products in the world. Of course, the quality of workmanship depends on the master, but today we will not focus on this.

Our epoxy material we use is a first class product.
There is no harm to health. The product does not contain solvents or nonylphenols. Its surface is shiny like glass.  We send regular updates including photos of design, wood and other material used.

  • Production starts immediately after an order is placed.
  • Production takes approx. 3 - 4 weeks.
  • 2-3 weeks free shipping and delivery

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  • Artist, Painter, Designer, Art, Craft, Sculptures, Epoxy Art, Paintings, Art Classes, Home Decor, Dr
  • Artist, Painter, Designer, Art, Craft, Sculptures, Epoxy Art, Paintings, Art Classes, Home Decor, Dr
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Woods: Any

Fill: Epoxy Resin  

Plating: Oil-Wax    

Tabletop thickness: At least 2 inches 

Size: Any

Table legs: Designer Wood or Metal 

Wall Clocks

Decorating your home can be an overwhelming task but also a lot of fun. The best part about home decoration is that there are no strict rules to follow. Your home should reflect your personality and should look and feel the way you want it to.

These are hand crafted resin clocks to enrich your home or office decor. They are beautiful, unique works and look very mesmerizing. They are made from mixed media including wood, fabrics, gold leaf, feathers, sand, shells and other creative materials. The artwork is then preserved under several coats of quality resin.

All the products we make is made up of WOODEN, MDF, EPOXY RESIN and GLOSSY COLOURS .

We are well known in this industry for designing and supplying an extensive array of Wooden Resin Wall Clock. This clock is made of high quality wood that is chemically treated to make it resistant to crack and termite. Offered clock is finished in round shape and is carved with utmost care and attention. The resin high glossy wall clock has antique look and is handmade by our skilled craftsmen. It provides a modern and charming look to your wall. Offered wall clock is highly acclaimed in market for its beautiful design and alluring shape. Wooden Resin Wall Clock is easy to clean and maintain.

Imagine. We Create!!!

Good times! Rethink the traditional timepiece as functional wall decor. You’ll love how we are converting some of the coolest designs specifically into Wall Clocks.

Constructed with premium, shatter-resistant materials, with three frame color options. Natural wood, black or white frame options

Diameter Any but minimum 2” depth

Choose black or white hands to match frame or design

Backside hook for easy hanging

Epoxy / Resin Wall Clock

I have been wanting to work with epoxy resin for some time. I really like the idea of incorporating wood and the epoxy. So after taking a class at a recent woodworking conference and watching a couple of YouTube videos I thought I’d give it a shot. Here’s what I did.

Materials
1×12 board cut to 22 inches (Really any scrap wood will do)
1x4x36 craft board (for the planter)
Melamine board for the casting mold
Epoxy resin
Clock Movement Mechanism
Tools Used
Saw Max 6 Amp Variable Speed Corded Tool Kit
Cordless Rotary Tool
Sanding/Grinding Rotary Tool Accessory Kit (18-Piece)
Cordless Brushless 5 in. Random Orbit Sander
Brushless Compact 1/2 in. Drill Driver
Clamps


Step 1:
I started out by clamping the board to my work surface and making random cuts to the edge of the board.
I had no real plan. I just let the saw go in multiple directions. The Corded Tool Kit is really great for small cuts and small projects. I can easily grab it when I don’t want to pull out a larger more bulkier circular saw.

I then adjusted the depth gauge and ran the saw down the center of the board from various angles. This project is largely an experiment of what I can accomplish with epoxy and how I could possibly use it in the future. So I had fun with it and let my creativity flow.

Step 2
To add further randomness to the cuts I broke out the Cordless Rotary Tool.
This small but mighty tool is great for sanding, polishing, cutting, finishing and grinding. Besides the fact that it’s cordless and completely mobile, its excellent for hard-to-reach places.
I used it to get in between the cuts creating some irregularity within the wood.
Then I changed out the bit for a sanding drum bit to widen and further distress the areas that I cut into the board.

Step 3
Using melamine board I created a mold where I could insert the board to add the epoxy resin.
I applied silicon caulk to the creases of the mold. And inserted the board for the clock.

Step 4
Mix and prepare the epoxy resin. I added a mica powder pigment to the resin to create a coral tone.
This was a very satisfying part. Pouring the resin in to the crevices that I cut out into the wood made me wish I’d cut a little more.
Once the resin was poured I used a lighter to remove any air bubbles. A torch would have been better but I misplaced mine.
I allowed the resin to cure for 24 hours.

Step 5
While the resin cured I cut the craft boards down to create a little planter box for succulents.
Using some glue and a brad nailer I assembled the little planter box and filled the nail holes with wood putty.

Step 6
Once the epoxy was cured, it was all about sanding. I probably would have been sanding a lot longer had I not been for the Sanding/Grinding Rotary Tool Accessory Kit.

The easily attachable sanding discs made sanding down the excess epoxy a breeze. So when sanding the wood and epoxy I started with a 50 grit, then worked my way up all the way to 3000 grit. The coarser grit allowed me to remove excess epoxy while the finer grit polished it.

Step 7
Now its time to add the clock mechanism. In hindsight, I should have gone with a board that was a little thinner. This board is 3/4in. in thickness.
So I had to drill a hole into the wood and route down a little over 1/2 inch so that I could set the clock mechanism.
Some of the epoxy flowed to the back of the board. But that was easy to clean up with a coarse 50 grit sand paper.
I placed the clock mechanism in place without added the hands.

First I added the box then added the hands for the clock. I added artificial succulents to the planter. 

I really love how this wood and resin clock turned out. I learned a lot from working with wood and epoxy. This was my 1st project using epoxy resin, but it will definitely now my last. Stay tuned for future projects using epoxy resign and wood.

Feel free to share any tips you have for working with resin, especially when it comes to creating a mold and casting. I’d love all the feedback and advice I could get.
Kitchen and Miscellaneous

Resin is an extremely versatile substance, and taking advantage of this versatility, artists have moved far beyond just simple canvas paintings.  Instead of having a plain wooden slab table, you could opt for a resin-wood option, and end up with a stunning and unique piece of furniture. Resin furniture is heavily inspired by natural, aquatic elements like rivers and waterfalls, with the furniture usually arranged and created in a way that symbolizes those elements. If you’re not one for color, a minimal route can also be taken, by just using simple white and black palettes.


While this trend was booming in the west, it took its time to make its way to our shores.  But it’s here now, and has its fair share of admirers and takers.