Sure thing. It now has three of about 14 layers of resin to get to 2 1/4" thick. I’m now mixing three variances in color, light, medium and very dark blue pigment. It’s hard to get on camera but you can really start to see the current effect in the layers now. It’s going to be great if it keeps going the way it has so far.
I started with a melamine sheet (the top of my future CNC container) and covered it with Tyvek tape to keep it from sticking. Once the two sides of the table were glued together I ran a bead of silicone across the top where the bark and wood meet. I then carefully flipped it over, put more silicone on the sides and clamped everything the best I could. What I forgot were the 2 x 4s to hold whole table down and keep it from floating.
I quickly got them in place after noticing the leak and used some more silicone to stop the flow. you can see here where a little bit escaped. After that I have not had anymore leaks.
For the last month I couldn’t figure out what to use for the legs. Metal, Wood, Round or square. I ended up deciding to buy another live edge slab and make my own. This is where the bracket came in. This is how they should look.
Once I have the river filled I hope to encapsulate the whole table in 1/4" of clear resin to make it float.Then route all the edges just like the wood inside it.