Epoxyworks Magazine is all about epoxy projects and is published twice each year by Gougeon Brothers, Inc., makers of WEST SYSTEM Epoxy. The magazine has been in continuous publication since 1992. The table below makes it easy to find Epoxyworks articles about epoxy projects, techniques and materials, boat construction (from tall ships to kayaks and everything in between), fiberglass boat repair, wooden boat repair, architectural and building renovations involving, home improvements, the creation and repair of vehicles, and many other epoxy projects such as arts and crafts, furniture making, and sports equipment repair.



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materials testing
Materials Testing

epoxy projects - Canoes & Kayaks
Canoes & Kayaks

Fiberglass Repairs
Fiberglass Boats

epoxy projects - Architecture


epoxy projects - Arts & Crafts
Arts & Crafts

Shop Tricks
Shop Tricks

epoxy projects - Wooden Boat Construction
Wooden Boats

Wooden Boat Repair
Wooden Boat Repair

epoxy projects - home repair
Home Improvement


epoxy projects - Furniture

techniques and tips
Techniques & Tips

epoxy projects - yachts and large vessels
Yachts & Large Vessels

aluminum boat repair
Aluminum Boat Repair

epoxy projects - Home Repairs
Home Repairs

Human Powered

epoxy projects - musical instruments
Musical Equipment

Tool to Make or Modify

epoxy projects - multihulls

Plastic Boat Repairs

epoxy projects - porches and decks
Porches & Decks


epoxy projects - sports equipment
Sports Equipment

composites fabrication
Composites Fabrication

epoxy projects - iceboats

Boat Mods

epoxy projects - Yards & Fences
Yards & Fences

Weird and Wonderful
Weird & Wonderful

epoxy projects - Fixing Broken Stuff
Fixing Broken Stuff


A History of Epoxy Projects

Older WEST SYSTEM Epoxy users might remember a feature of Epoxyworks Magazine called the Project Directory. Back in the dark days, before the Internet, we offered a free service that connected epoxy users who were working on similar projects. A customer would submit their contact information and type epoxy project to us, which we’d store in a card file organized by project type. For example Multihull Construction, or Dinghies/Prams/Skiffs/Dories. These epoxy projects were divided into numbered subcategories like 2-22 Tiki Catamarans – Wharram design. This way, someone building a Tiki catamaran, for example, could get the contact information of someone who’d successfully completed a Tiki catamaran, then send them snail mail to hit them up for tips and advice.

Then along came the Internet with handy things like email listservs, boards with forums, and blogs. Suddenly, finding someone who’d completed an epoxy project like the one you were considering was as easy as typing a few keywords into a search engine. Convenience and speed ruled the day, making the good old Project Directory obsolete. We discontinued the quaint snail mail service in 1999.

We still publish Epoxyworks Magazine twice each year, both online and in traditional print. We’ve organized the epoxy projects featured in the magazine on our Epoxyworks blog to make it easy for epoxy users to find projects similar to the ones they’re most interest in.

If you have completed an epoxy project you’d like to see featured in Epoxyworks, simply contact us with your project’s basic details, some high-resolution photos, and a writeup of 500-1500 words describing how you did it.