John Page Posted April 1, 2015 Report Share Posted April 1, 2015 What got me started was a redesign of the cheapo router table I currently have, and instead of using wood, I thought about granite like Steel City uses on some of their tools. But then, a friend suggested pouring concrete, and I thought why not? It would be cheap enough that even if it failed spectacularly, it would not be a huge deal. The main attraction is that I can fashion the holes and slots into the mould, which would be much easier than in cutting granite. Are there any serious problems with using concrete? I would need to finish it with something, probably an epoxy or something to make the finish a little lower friction and a little less porous/out of plane. Has anyone here tried or heard of doing this? I'd love to hear your thoughts! John 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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