How To Make A Concrete End Table
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How to Make a Concrete End Table For this week's video tutorial, blog post, and downloadable plans, we made a concrete end table that has a sliced agate embedded in the top.This is a great DIY concrete project that doesn't take long, looks very clean and modern, and is easy on the budget.
Check out the video, photos, and post below and click here to download the plans! Tools Needed: Miter Saw- I'd recommend a 12 inch sliding, miter saw.Table Saw OR Circular Saw Drill- I use Ryobi drills.
Orbital Sander- Ryobi makes a nice one.Kreg Jig - (Optional) Clamps- Clamps are helpful for any project.I love to use JackClamps Speed Square Kreg Jig Right Angle Clamp Tape Measure, Ruler, Pencil Eye and Ear protection Supplies Needed: ½ Bag of Quikrete Countertop Mix 1 Agate - to embed into the tabletop 1 ½' Kreg Screws 1 ½' wood screws Wood Glue - I recommend Gorilla Glue Build the Melamine Form We'll want to build the melamine form, mix, and pour the cement first so that it can cure while we're building the wood base.
The melamine form's dimensions can be found in the downloadable plans.We'll cut our melamine on the table saw, if you do not have a table saw, then a circular saw and...