A while ago I came upon this instructable and was immediately taken with it and wanted to make my own, but couldn’t get my hands on 1) One-way plexiglass mirror nor 2) A CNC router. After a little bit of searching around, I came up with a more casual way of making this table with more casual tools and materials.
There are already several projects for infinity tables out there, but mine has a slightly different approach from what I saw before so I figured I’d contribute! This design allows for a customisable size table, with extremely thin borders that enhance greatly the optical illusion by removing a lot of the bulkiness of wood and other materials.
Welcome to this instructable, I hope you enjoy it!
Aaaaaand let’s get started.
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