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    Wink coffee table 4 computer desk

    I built a table thingy to set beside the computer desk to put like drinks on so there is no way it could spill on the computer

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    Thumbs up

    whats it made out of? i think im gonna find a way to make costers out of grinding wheels cause the tables keep gettin wet from candesation of drinks.
    welding...its awsome

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    Quote Originally Posted by weld_13 View Post
    whats it made out of? i think im gonna find a way to make costers out of grinding wheels cause the tables keep gettin wet from candesation of drinks.
    it is made out half ofa old ref. rck 4 the top & somec-channel& somescarp tubing but that gave me the idea to put sheet metal on top ofthe old rack

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    Where's the pics

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    Where's the pics
    yea!! what he said.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    Quote Originally Posted by fun4now View Post
    Where's the pics
    yea!! what he said.
    me 3 for pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by weld_13 View Post
    whats it made out of? i think im gonna find a way to make costers out of grinding wheels cause the tables keep gettin wet from candesation of drinks.
    take some grinding wheels put them in some pipe a little larger than wheel and the fill pipe with some pour on epoxy (bar coat) will dry clear and you can see the wheel and it last a long time, sounds like it would work
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    Cool idea for the coasters, I gotta try it.
    Still would like to see the pics of the table. Dave
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    that would make a cool coaster.
    you could use a large paper cut too just cut off the top1" set it on foil with the disk in the center, fill with epoxy then cut off the cup after. one clear disk with a disk in it.
    the pipe would be easyer though, and add some steel to the project.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnindaylight View Post
    take some grinding wheels put them in some pipe a little larger than wheel and the fill pipe with some pour on epoxy (bar coat) will dry clear and you can see the wheel and it last a long time, sounds like it would work
    i think ill try it but wont be able to make alot cause epoxy is expensive
    welding...its awsome

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