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- So, do you have some kind of instruction to built a table like…
and woosh goes the beerbudget
I realized I said "Simple" in the last reply. Take that as you may
Also, here's a few other views of the table that I failed to include. Also, the overall cost of the table was ~$1000.00 split between 31 of us. The center letters are plexiglass, which we used a dremel to sand the edges (to catch the light) for 1/2" all the way around each letter by hand.
Bonus: grandma admiring the house's new buffet table
Actually it's pretty simple. I do have a few progress pictures, but they're sporadic and mostly focused on the wood-work. But I will summarize the work for you here:
First you get one sheet of clear glass or acrylic (like I mentioned before, I used tempered, which is rated to withstand a hammer blow).
Then get a mirror, the same size (doesn't matter on quality of glass, it's on the bottom, shouldn't ever be exposed to the elements.
Get a large enough spool of privacy mirrored tint for the one-way mirror effect, and a string of (ours are 16RGB but whatever works) LED lights.
First you must make sure there is a lip for the top piece of glass to lay on; we beveled the edge of the table by a 1/2" all the way around. We made the bottom piece of the table (Imagine it like a shadowbox) removable, and secured the mirror to it with liquid nails, or the glass equivalent. We lined the spacial difference between the two sheets with the LED string lights (Waterproof for obvious reasons) and secured both the bottom panel of the table and the top piece of glass to the table. We sealed the top piece of glass with a glass liquid sealant.
With both reflective sides of the mirror and glass facing one another, sandwiching the LEDs, it creates the infinity effect. We have our entire pledge class engraved on the side panels, both sides full of names. The design of the table itself is technically irrelevant but we made ours sturdy as hell... Trust me when I say no one will shake the table when it's bumped. It weighs around 300lbs. The top is detachable from the legs, which we also have a strutted brace across the center, so we can move it easier. All the wood involved is pine, with the top pieces made of oak, and walnut plugs for where we drilled. The letters on the side are iron, with a black powder coat. The total length is 102" x 30" x 32"
These aren't the exact lights we used, but they have the same exact result. It allows you to save 6 separate custom colors with I think a 10x10x10 array of RGB to get down to it. They are very bright and very solid lights.
Awesome, thank you!
- Don't you hate it, when you brush your teeth with a dildo and …
It Takes a Real Man
- Well, I like to look at nice things, soule delivers
soule art great wow
OHHHH I GET IT NOW, IT'S YOUR TWO CENTS
Didn't get that before
- There are similarities...
HOLY SHIT HERE TAKE IT
- I guess you talk about the Franco/ Caesar-Remake and he talks …
plan your weekend movie...
- How big is the chance of getting sued? Serious question
Oh boy, here we go
Idk im just posting a picture about something i have nothing to do with.
Slim, seeing how many people have already downloaded it.
To be honest you would most likely just get a letter saying delete it and thats it.
Now if you were copying it and selling it then there's a lawsuit
Yea, but I just get warning letters if I do, never to delete anything, just to not do it again.
Or I did when I used to pirate things.
- Was your make-a-wish one day at the forces?
- Just keep acception guns. Great plan. You deserve to be shot.
- What would stop them from using guns then? What you suggest is…
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