Raptor Liner!

Mick

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The inlays turned out so-so. I mixed black paint with the resin and probably shouldn't have. Good enough for now, but might redo them later.
Got a match scheduled for tomorrow, so hopefully it's fully set by then.

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I guess that's where I call it finished for now.

Edit: Link to bigger pic:

https://i.imgur.com/ADTW8TI.jpg
 
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Tennesseejoe

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The inlays turned out so-so. I mixed black paint with the resin and probably shouldn't have. Good enough for now, but might redo them later.
Got a match scheduled for tomorrow, so hopefully it's fully set by then.

ANUCUXh.jpg


LGTsHf8.jpg


I guess that's where I call it finished for now.

Edit: Link to bigger pic:

https://i.imgur.com/ADTW8TI.jpg

If you redo the diamonds, try old ivory piano keys. It will give it an antique look.
 

9andout

Gunnin' for a 2 pack!!
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Before I acquired my valley table it lived a hard life in a scuzzy basement bar.
It had been quite abused, with the laminate peeling and severe chips and
chunks missing.

I've had it about 5 years and it was ready for new cloth and rubber, so while
I had it apart I reattached all the loose laminate, and filled all the chips and
missing bits with epoxy. I also stripped all the jagged aluminum trim and routered
all the sharp edges off the openings, and made a drawer for the former coin op
housing. After that, I roughed up the surface, masked it up, and shot it with some
grey raptor liner epoxy truck bed liner.

I think it gave it new life, just need to polish up that aluminum, inlay some diamonds,
and paint the legs:

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Looks great!.................................Now about that workbench........:)
 

8cree

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Does the texture feel weird on your bridge hand?

Looks pretty tough though... roundhouse cleaning you say? That's how I clean my whole house:cool:
 

Mick

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Does the texture feel weird on your bridge hand?

Nah, it actually feels quite smooth. Tried it out yesterday for about 6 hours and it plays good, so that's the main thing anyway. Cue doesn't snag on anything at all, slides nicely on the rail.
 
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