josh lilly
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I am goin to build A CNC router

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rumlab Jul 31, 2016. 8 Replies

So I am in the 1st phase of designing  a CNC router and am wondering If I made mold blanks or even mother molds if people would be interested in something like this.I would be able to basically do…Continue

Ternal white CAC mix

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jon Schuler Jun 18, 2016. 15 Replies

 So I finally tried Ternal white and I am stoked to the nines . I did my first sample at 30% loading and I s*** you not it kicked in 60 seconds!!!!! So I am traumatized and overjoyed with a euphoric…Continue

Concrete warping

Started this discussion. Last reply by josh lilly Oct 18, 2015. 10 Replies

I know concrete can warp but does any body know or have experienced with concrete warping after a month. I made some CSA tiles that a client installed and they are telling me these tiles are warping…Continue

Any body live in Maryland on this forum in the vacinity of washinton??????????

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark C May 19, 2015. 2 Replies

I have a friend in this area that really needs a job. He has worked for me and along side me for the last 10 years and anybody that needs someone reliable and hard working and honest as could be this…Continue



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At 4:25am on March 22, 2016, Michael said…


I would be happy to just make tiles with urethane molds. The only thing I know about encaustic tiles are what little I found on you tube. Either way, talented labour goes for about $25 a day here. The only big cost is importing the admixes.

There seems to be a big interest in tiles, wall panels countertops and anything creative concrete here. We just don't get quality building products here and anything that is made out of wood rots or get's eaten by termites.

I just started making creative concrete less then a year ago and have paved mine and my in laws yards with throw aways. I'm getting better everyday and getting some results I'm more than happy with, even so I could use advice. Particularly on small production runs of floor and wall tiles.

If the encaustic tile system is still for sale, let me know the details. If you can get me weight and approximate cubic feet of the system as well as price I would consider it. I sent pictures of my best successes to the owner of the main building supplier on the main island and he was most interested in the tiles. He might kick in for the encaustic system. If so it's still on the table.

Cheers, Mike.

At 11:21pm on March 17, 2016, Michael said…

Josh, if the encaustic tile set up is still for sale, I'm still interested. 

Cheers, Mike.

At 8:07am on August 10, 2015, Dale Mallie said…


All will be lost by weeks end

If you are interested, call me today at 954-646-3931.

I have lost my lease and have no where to move to, so everything goes cheap, cheap.

We can communicate by text images and shipping needs to be handled from your end.

Send images from my site by text .  Just screen shoot the pics and I will discuss the feasibility.  Cost is negligable.

I will be thrilled to see the molds reused.

Caps aand bases. check out new post:

Call today 954 646 3931


At 7:46am on August 9, 2015, Dale Mallie said…

By the way,

Fritz Air Detrainer and Superplasticizers are working really well for bug holes and flow of mix.

At 7:45am on August 9, 2015, Dale Mallie said…


Shades of future past.

I see so much of my own thinking in your work.

Will keep you in mind and look to help if you are interested in any info.

Dale Mallie/ Archetype Inc/ 954 646 3931

Looking to liquidate all of my molds from past projects.  Cheap!!!! Please spread the word.

At 8:27pm on December 10, 2012, deon jackson said…

josh you do some good looking and eye catching work that is what i want to do,  I have a overlaying company just got started and want to add countertops ,where can i get good countertop training

At 7:12pm on January 16, 2012, Mike O'Connor said…


Thanks for the friend...Been admiring your work, very nice.  I don't post very much on the forum because it seems like there are already plenty that are very eager to give out advice. Some is very good to be sure, although it seems most of it comes from beginners and novices... (not sure how that works???) 

It sounds like your part of a community. Anyway, you remind me of my very early years back in the good old days... I was a early 70's hippie, and lived in a couple communes for a few years, and also traveled the world and lived out of the backpack for about 3 years straight as well.

There is nothing like being part of a living growing self sustaining community. I'm still practicing a very organic, green living lifestyle. Once converted theres no going back eh?   ha!


Good luck on your future projects.



At 8:23pm on October 1, 2011, Bill Robertson said…
i love the profile pic.  when i started playing with concrete i had to go into storage and did through my old comics and find my old Concrete issues!
At 9:16pm on July 26, 2011, Brandon Fair said…
You stay on on maui?!
At 7:12pm on June 17, 2011, Brandon Showers said…
Hey Josh! I started a photo diary of the application of Hydro Guard on a panel that Steve at Absolute had given me. I am hoping this will open up Q & A for all. Also like i have told a lot of others I am just a tourist here so any guidance would be greatly appreciated and welcomed! The finished sample is to be used for a 36 hour test of "Sealer" pains. Examples: red wines, hot sauce, lemons, etc. Please take a look and guide this tourist in the right direction! I will be asking others to do the same!

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