Custom CNC Carved & Epoxy Filled Logo Tables, Table Tops & Furniture
Custom CNC Engraved Tables & Epoxy Resin Filled Logo Tables
Chagrin Valley Custom Furniture custom handcrafts CNC-engraved & epoxy resin-filled conference tables that incorporate the logo of the company into the design. This is accomplished by using a computer-programmed CNC router to cut a precision path through the wood surface. Then colored epoxy is poured into the hollows created by the router. Before we cut into the wood, we create 3D renders of our clients' designs for their approval - then our team of talented epoxy artists, technicians and woodworkers bring their idea to life.
Pictured here is one of our custom CNC-engraved logo epoxy conference tables. An IT company called Pioneer 360 reached out to us with an idea to have their company logo etched onto a table. We programmed the CNC router to cut the letters and then filled them with tinted epoxy resin that matched their brand's colors. This piece also features a blue-green epoxy river with small microchips made by Pioneer 360 floating along in it. We delivered this project to their headquarters in New Philadelphia, Ohio in 2020. We have also handcrafted cnc-carved logo epoxy conference tables for the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees Union in Orlando, Florida; a Remax Realty company in New York; a U.S. Geological Survey company; Powerhouse Recycling in North Carolina; LifeHope Labs in Georgia; and many more. . To learn how to order a custom conference table with carved logos, rivers, embedded & inlaid features, click here. To see our Gallery of Epoxy and Wood Furniture with CNC-Engraved Logos, click here.
FAQs About Custom Logo Tables
What Is The Best Wood For CNC Engraving?
The best wood for CNC engraving largely depends on your specific project, design, and preferences, as well as the desired aesthetics. However, certain woods are commonly favored for CNC engraving due to their characteristics and ease of machining. Some popular choices include hardwoods like oak, walnut, cherry, and maple, known for their fine grain and density, which allows for clean and precise engravings. Veneers, medium-density fiberboard (MDF), and plywood can’t be engraved or and filled with epoxy, features popular in live edge tables. Ultimately, the best wood for CNC engraving will be influenced by the specific requirements and visual appeal of your project.
Is CNC Cheaper Than Laser Cutting?
They cost about the same. However, laser cutting is not suitable for live edge wood applications. CNC cutting typically involves the use of milling or routing tools to cut and shape materials like wood, plastics, and metals. CNC machines are well-suited for thicker materials and can handle more substantial work-pieces, such as live edge tables. Laser cutting, which uses a focused laser beam to cut materials, offers the precision needed for intricate designs, but it is less suitable for thick wood pieces.