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Discussion in 'Installation Photos/Specs' started by dvx216, Dec 9, 2017.
Aw man! I want one. Very nice
I have one on the way to add to my table...
I have two part clear on the table now and what would you guys recommend I use to go over the top of the table once the compass rose is down ?
I love the new wooden tables.
The previous owner of my 290 bought a little round table and it works great compared to the big square one that is stored down under.
Here is a work in process. We bought the teak table from a CSR sponsor, Marine Teak. This winter decided to seal it with a non yellowing art grade epoxy... Will finish it off with a uv protecting ceramic hard coating.
You have to be careful what you use over the decal not sure if epoxy will effect the vinyl decal that's why I stuck with poly. Once you get a few coats of poly to protect it you can put any finish over that .
i used east coast resin - crystal clear to cover our decal on the table. I did a thin seal coat over the whole thing, then a flood coat. No issues on the decal, ours was just adhesive backed vinyl.
Is that a metal lathe in the background?
Seems like a lot of members are really good at this. Anybody interested in making a custom sized cockpit table for me?
Yes its a restored 1948 9" south Bend
I’m starting a new one, the round one above is great for cocktails but not for dinner plates. This is left over floor from my kitchen reno, Character grade hickory, I’m playing with stain colors but might go natural with the epoxy. It’s aboht 2’x4’
Be sure to use cross bracing under your hickory. My previous table starting warping after a couple of seasons... With similar design.
Definitely, I'm going to get a 2x4 piece of plywood or other project board as a base. A good coat of glue and screws from the underside should make it nice and rigid. It'll be a heavy table, but I have a feeling I'll keep it set up most of the time. I can also pull that big heavy fiberglass OEM one out of the bilge for good