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Thread: 270+ pages for E/G. Anyone successfully made a table out of this stuff?

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    270+ pages for E/G. Anyone successfully made a table out of this stuff?

    Hi guys,

    Just curious. 270+ pages on Epoxy Granite. Too much to read and to be honest, someone can use the info there for their PhD thesis or something. Anyone actually made a working table (Nevermind, happened to browse thru page 150+ and saw the results).

    Alex

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    There is a sticky on the subject, missed that one?
    Index to "Epoxy-Granite machine bases" thread



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    world wide web

    Hello mate,

    the Germans do the same in 5 pages and with nice results,
    They are my neighbours, i`m from the Netherlands.

    They don`t talk much, but say a lot.
    This, we dont see that often, the inverse off politics.
    I regret that the shaming smiley isn`t there any more, was nice.

    Regards,

    Roy B.

    Here the machine,

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    Hi Sven,

    I actually saw the sticky but so much info I was dumbfounded. I however realised there is actually a result done by someone here somewhere on page 150+.

    Hi Roy,

    The picture you attached is it taken from the website or it it your work? Interesting. Really like the dovetail ways. I wanted to do something similar for a mini mill table but a guy in a local institution here who runs a machine shop in the school never did cut the metal for me (probably busy with students) so the project was shelved.

    The table size and travels look abit small.

    Alex



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    German engineering

    Hi Alex,

    here are some links to nice machines on the cncecke, not all epoxy granite.
    http://5128.rapidforum.com/topic=110778858777
    http://5128.rapidforum.com/topic=110771823729&startid=1
    http://5128.rapidforum.com/topic=110772920369
    http://5128.rapidforum.com/topic=110773430368
    http://5128.rapidforum.com/topic=110773130998

    You must log in or registrate

    And last a picture off a machine i would love to make if there was budget off around 1500 euro.

    Regards,

    Roy

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    Hi Roy,

    Tried to register. But not sure whether I manage to register. Still ahven
    t receive any email from them. And plus its in german. Can't understand.

    Alex



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    ok

    ach so,

    registreren is registrate
    login is login,

    maybe the mail will come tomorrow, otherwise try again.

    regards,

    roy



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    I understood those words but after registering, nada! I don't understand the words after that. Nothing recognisable I am afraid. Still no mail. It is possible to attach the pictures to this thread? Sorry for the trouble Roy.

    Alex



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    I was able to register. A few pix on my cnccookbook blog so you can see what they're doing:

    http://www.cnccookbook.com/index.htm

    Search "German Epoxy Granite".

    It's very nice work!

    Cheers,

    BW



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    Wow! Just wow! Thanks Bob. And thanks for the ingredient

    That is similar to what I wanted to do. My only problem is getting precision cut metal pieces done. Can I get that kind of cut surface with an X2? I have all the stuff like steel reinforcement, epoxy, stone, quartz and etc minus the steel inserts. Can't wait to do this project. Now I just have to find the extra dough and time.

    Alex



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    more pictures off the same machine

    here guys,

    if i have some more time i will show some different machines.

    regards,

    Roy B.

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    little text, but important data

    get your translating right

    No vacuum or vibration, just get the mixing order right. (trial and error)

    30% Basaltsplitt 2-4 mm (links), 30% Fugensand 0-2 mm (mitte), 30% Quartzsand 0,1-0,4 mm (rechts) und 10% Epoxyharz L und harter L von R&G.DE

    Put the **** in the mould and compress by hand a little bit (piece off wood)

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