On the Cover
Epoxy Table made by Harrison Spires
From page 2 of Catalog, Volume 187
My name is Harrison Spires, I have been woodworking for 7 years. Both of my grandfathers were woodworkers. Spending time with them building small projects fueled my passion for woodworking. My hobby turned into a business and I love building something that will last for generations and truly is one of a kind. The wood for this table came from a maple tree here in Hickory. The tree had fallen during a storm and with the help of my father I was able to salvage a few slabs. I used the Amana Slab Flattening bit to flatten the top and bottom. Klingspor GreenTec sandpaper worked phenomenally well for sanding the epoxy and the PS33 is the best sandpaper I have used for any wood application. I sprayed Bullseye Shellac Clear and General Finishes Enduro for the top coat.