Woodworking

Woodworking

Smooth-On mold rubbers and casting materials can be used to create unique forms of art from natural wood.  Use Smooth-On materials for fabrication, encapsulation, coating, finishing, casting and repair.  Silicone mold rubber can be used to capture woodgrain detail, casting resins and foams reproduce that detail perfectly.  Clear epoxies are used to cast and coat beautiful, high gloss encapsulated wood furniture.  Use Smooth-On clear epoxy to create UV resistant, optically clear turned wood projects.  Semi-rigid casting materials are used to create flexible faux wood architectural pieces.

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How To Make a Waterfall Table Using EpoxAcast™ 690

How To Make a Waterfall Table Using EpoxAcast™ 690

Learn how to make a waterfall table using EpoxAcast™ clear liquid epoxy

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How To Coat a Wood Bartop Using Tarbender™

How To Coat a Wood Bartop Using Tarbender™

Watch as Completely Custom creates a high gloss, impact resistant bartop

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How To Make a Colored Pencil Bowl Using EpoxAcast™ 690 Epoxy

How To Make a Colored Pencil Bowl Using EpoxAcast™ 690 Epoxy

Learn how to create a diy epoxy bowl with embedded colored pencils.

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How To Make a River Table Using Clear Epoxy Casting Resin and Reclaimed Wood

How To Make a River Table Using Clear Epoxy Casting Resin and Reclaimed Wood

How to use a piece of reclaimed cedar to create a beautiful river table

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How To Make a Glow Effect in Wood With XTC 3D and Glow Worm

How To Make a Glow Effect in Wood With XTC 3D and Glow Worm

Create an amazing glow effect in a real wood shelf

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How To Make a Glow In The Dark Wooden Clock

How To Make a Glow In The Dark Wooden Clock

Glow Worm powder stays brighter 10x longer

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How To Make an Epoxy Table Using EpoxAcast™ 690 Epoxy Resin

How To Make an Epoxy Table Using EpoxAcast™ 690 Epoxy Resin

Milo shows how he makes a very unique, creative epoxy table top using EpoxAcast™ 690.

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