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Hey there, welcome to DIY projects with Pete. Today, we're going to build a concrete lazy susan. This is a fun and simple project. If you can build this, you can also build a concrete coffee table or an end table. If you find this video helpful, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to the channel. Alright, let's go ahead and get started. The first step is to build the mold for the concrete. We'll start by making the circular base of the mold out of melamine. To get a perfect circle, I like to drill a hole in a scrap piece of wood and then measure 10 inches, which is the radius of the circle for the lazy susan. Then, drill another hole. Use a short screw to attach the compass we just made, and then use a pencil on the outer hole to create the circle. Use a jigsaw to cut out the circle and then slowly rotate the board as you're cutting to make your way around the entire circle. Take your time for this process to ensure you stay on or near the line while cutting. Adjust the table saw to cut the sidewall strip for the mold. Since we want a one-inch thick concrete lazy susan, we'll cut the strip to 1 and 3/4 inches wide. The extra three quarters of an inch compensates for the base of the mold, which will attach the strip to wrap the side strip around the circular base of the mold and then attach it. Pre-drill and attach the strip using a screw about every 6 inches. Make sure the side strip sits flush with the base of the mold. Trim the end of the side strip so it butts up against the start. There might be a small...