The Mandala table starts a new direction in my projects. A large part of the work is a graphic design made in Inkscape and the subsequent use of a CNC milling machine.
Of course, the structure of the table itself, i.e. the sides and legs, is typically carpentry work, but the mandala pattern inside is already a graphic idea
I made this pattern from several different types of wood such as oak, birch, plane tree, olive wood, padouk, walnut and very rare yellowwood. Everything is set in plywood.
The fill between elements is colored resin. I also used resin to cover the inside of the table. It is transparent. After grinding and polishing, I achieved the appearance of a flat glass. I have tried this method in another project before. It takes quite a bit of effort, but the end result is very nice.
As I wrote at the beginning, this is a new direction in my projects. Thanks to computer graphics, I have documentation that allows me to duplicate and recreate identical elements when creating the next table tops.