Some glue manufacturers have developed silicones designed specifically as granite adhesives. By far the most common and best type of bond for granite will be epoxy. Epoxy is a chemically engineered adhesive, it can be developed in a variety of ways to suit a number of application needs. It is a complex blend of resins and hardeners. Epoxy is structural glue and when cured this adhesive is a strong as the stone itself.
This is the only way to adhere granite or man-made tiles to a metal surface
Determine how many pieces of plywood you'll need by counting the number of screw holes in the base. For square tables, this is usually four, but maybe six or more for rectangular or circular tables
Cut the same number of 4x4 inch squares, using plywood that is at least 3/4-inch thick. Then, set the stone on the base in the correct final position.
Mark the screw holes on the underside of the stone using either a pencil or a marker and then set the stone on a protected service with the bottom side facing up.
Apply a thin epoxy adhesive to one side of each of the plywood squares and glue them to the bottom of the stone, centering each piece of plywood over the mark for the screw hole.
Place a heavy object on top of the wood pieces and let the adhesive dry completely. Then, screw the base to the plywood with wood screws
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