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Yea that's what I was hoping for since I've been using tung oil but I've also been thinking about getting some of that epoxy finish once I can figure out the correct measurements and stuff and work that out but I'll need to purchase a scale for that.  The wood finish epoxy.  Because I would like to start making some bowls that can actually hold liquids.

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But on the bonus news I found a work bench for the lathe that is probably more proper than anything from home depot I just have to wait to make the purchase unfortunately.  How ever the bench I'm looking at for the lathe can support up to 3000 pounds which will be good so I can't wait to get it and its a good 6 foot bench.  But it will be a shame that I will have to drill into the wood top.

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37 minutes ago, AndrewB said:

But on the bonus news I found a work bench for the lathe that is probably more proper than anything from home depot I just have to wait to make the purchase unfortunately.  How ever the bench I'm looking at for the lathe can support up to 3000 pounds which will be good so I can't wait to get it and its a good 6 foot bench.  But it will be a shame that I will have to drill into the wood top.

Or you could add some cross pieces on the bottom of the lathe mount locations. Then use clamps to fasten the cross pieces to the bench top 

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