I melted metal and made a table base that extends through holes in a wood slab. I used a tin and bismuth alloy that melts at just 286 degrees and used it to fill in holes in a wood slab that extend through to create a sculptural base. Tin and Bismuth can be combined to create a nice looking metal alloy that melts at low temperatures and is easy to work with.

I am not sure what kind of wood this is but if you know let me know in the comments.

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