Brandon Lee Trudell
  • Eugene, OR
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Chipping your own glass

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon Lee Trudell Feb 5, 2017. 7 Replies

QC on sedimentary sand

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon Lee Trudell Mar 13, 2015. 3 Replies

Slicing glass bottles for inlays.

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At 8:13pm on December 18, 2009, Dustin Ence said…
Thanks for the comment. I cut the stones with a tile saw so they were flat on two sides then stuck it in my form against the edge. After I De-molded I rounded the edge so it matched the rest of the top with a wet polisher.
At 11:09pm on December 7, 2009, jeffery pflum said…
hey brandon.I had to look close to see that the glare in the photo showing the framing was wax and not what i thought it was.i still say its one of the most applealing looking tops in the photo bloc.
At 4:35pm on December 5, 2009, jeffery pflum said…
I think your countertop with the assorted rocks,glued down on what looks like glass or plexiglass is spectacular.did you use intergral color to darken the base area?did you also leave the glass in to cover the assoc. rocks?
At 7:13pm on October 20, 2009, dylan t lauger said…
I put some major thought into the easiest way to cut beach stone while drinking wine the night before i attempted + tile saw was the best bet. You might have done this but... we mounted the polisher upside down on a floor vice with a 50 grit dry pad to remove blade marks. That part worked great.
At 7:04pm on October 18, 2009, dylan t lauger said…
Thanks Brandon for the pic comment! I used Scofield Tintura for the green, orange, + just the base for keeping the grey light. Scofield acid - walnut + I think Brickforms amber. White grout for the cut lines.

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