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/diy/ Do-It-Yourself

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 18:38:02 No.879369

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I made this what do you think.

https://youtu.be/zMOkXdcVQeE

https://youtu.be/JdoC7wNDfJA

https://youtu.be/37PO-XJLdgg

If you like it, please consider liking the video's


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Anonymous 2015-09-24 19:16:39 No.879387
Looks good bro, but I feel sorry for the man that trips in his living room and cracks his skull against it. It must weigh ~ 150 lbs with sharp corners?

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 19:22:15 No.879390
thanks, it has wheels, and it is about 100 lbs.

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 19:44:08 No.879403
>>879369
cool table
what did you spray the steel with?

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 19:45:47 No.879406
Matt clear coat.

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 19:48:08 No.879408
>>879369
good work, looks really nice

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 19:53:51 No.879412
>>879369
Looks nice. What is the weight in non-freedom units?

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 20:00:36 No.879419
45-50 kg

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 20:06:39 No.879423
>>879406
Polyurthane, acrylic, water based?
was it specifically for steel?

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 20:50:27 No.879438
nope, just a cheap spray can.
i brushed the steel with a rotating wire brush and wiped it clean with silicon remover.

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 21:07:05 No.879443

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 21:10:08 No.879444
More pics to enjoy

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 22:11:50 No.879476
>>879369
I don't understand the need for a vibrating table

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 22:27:21 No.879487
>>879476
Makes it easier to achieve a smooth surface. Removes the air bubbles.

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Anonymous 2015-09-24 22:35:10 No.879490
Looks really nice. I, however, would rather the wood underneath be smooth and finished.

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Anonymous 2015-09-25 10:32:26 No.879695
I like the rustic look, the wood is from an old pallet.

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Anonymous 2015-09-25 21:27:45 No.879916
>>879369
how the hell do you cut wood so fucking straight with just a normal handsaw

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Anonymous 2015-09-25 22:05:01 No.879935
Practice practice practice.......

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Anonymous 2015-09-25 22:30:47 No.879944
>>879369
I like it anon, great job.

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Anonymous 2015-09-25 22:41:06 No.879952
Fucking awesome, I loved the concrete vibration motor thing, great idea!

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 00:18:38 No.879987
thanks :)

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 00:20:09 No.879988
>>879369
with the second video, is that an agitator that makes the pile of concrete suddenly flow? what kind? did you make it yourself?

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 00:21:36 No.879989
>>879988
oh lol nvm, I just watched the first video

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 00:23:01 No.879990
Yeah great job. I've been meaning to make something like this for a while. Did you use that quickcrete counter top mix or something else?

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 00:27:05 No.879992
I used a concrete mix, a lightweight solution to save some weight.

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 00:39:00 No.879996
>>879992
what do you mean by light weight solution?
Concrete is concrete.

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Anon 2015-09-26 00:49:05 No.879998
1 (306) 888-7338 Somebody mess with this number

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 01:41:02 No.880014
>>879996
No. No it is not.

Normal concrete weight 145 lb/ft^3

You can get light weight mixes. By using less dense coarse aggregate. You also need to prep the aggregate by soaking it in water due to the typical mix designs.

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 09:24:58 No.880125
The bag said it was about 30 % lighter than normal concrete, and it more than enough strong for a table that size, i can easily stand on.

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 15:34:09 No.880260
Great job, looks awesome :)

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 16:09:05 No.880272
dude, now i kinda want to make a ton of brutalist furniture.

i dig the table.

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 17:03:32 No.880285
>>879369
How much did this cost in raw materials, and how much time did you put into it?

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 18:00:03 No.880302
>>880285
Around 10 million dollars, not including labor and insurance and whatnot. If you want to price it out yourself, you need to contact the IRS and your local city/town hall to pull the permits to do this sort of work.

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 18:06:35 No.880308
>>880302
Thanks!

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 20:44:18 No.880358
>>880285
Interested in this is well. You mentioned not being able to find one you like or could afford. So how much was this table?

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 21:12:07 No.880372
The bag said it was about 30 % lighter than normal concrete, and it more than enough strong for a table that size, i can easily stand on.

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 21:14:14 No.880374
the cost was around 120 $, the most expensive was the wood for the mold and the wheels.
The rest was scrap laying around.

The concrete was about 10 $ pr. bag.

it is 100x60x4 cm

but i think if you live in the US you can do it cheaper.

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Anonymous 2015-09-26 21:16:26 No.880375
I don't know how much time i spend, it was my fist time doing this, so it took 20 hours +

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Anonymous 2015-09-27 01:12:25 No.880493
>>880375

Did you build/weld the steel frame yourself?

In my experience, with concrete tables that's the most complicated and frustrating part. My designs are made of wood but I'm not happy with them. I'd definitely be interested to know how you assembled the frame.

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Anonymous 2015-09-27 10:04:51 No.880637
The frame is welded together, but i had a friend that helped with that.

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Anonymous 2015-09-27 12:00:05 No.880655
That is a cool table.

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Anonymous 2015-09-27 13:31:19 No.880671
Looks good. Definitely a fan of the clear coat on the steel rather than a solid color.

That's about what you would spend to do the job in the US. For some reason, the attachable wheels found at the hardware store are expensive. I dumpster dive for those whenever I can.

What was that "wax" you applied onto the table top? It looked like a type of sealant but I wasn't sure what kind. I have been working with some concrete and I figured spraying an exterior coating was the more common application, but I'm sure there are other methods such as the one in the video.

Also, what kind of concrete did you use? It didn't seem to have any other aggregates such as stones or gravel. You mentioned it was lighter. I am sort of familiar with the technique of adding styrofoam to concrete to reduce its weight, if that's what you meant. Though, I would assume there are some chemical calculations to consider regarding any 'acid' in styrofoam and the affect it has with concrete.

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Anonymous 2015-09-27 14:11:46 No.880678
I've seen some videos of people using Styrofoam but i don't like to use that, the mix is a pre-made mix, just add some water to it - I've used a mix that is lighter than normal concrete, how it works i don't know.

I gave the concrete some beeswax, the camera ran full when i was doing it.

Though the beeswax gives it a nice finish, i think it would be a good idea to give it some sealer before the wax, i didn't but will if i have to make another.

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