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    Aluminum Knurl....Again

    Another GT Knurl. Not much you can do with the aluminum.
    Just turn rings.
    knurl alum gm.jpg

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    Spot on Angelo.
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    Again, wonderful work Angelo.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    One of several now I never get tired of them ,love it.

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    Looks great with the contrasting Black Enamel.
    Nicely done.

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    That is a beauty Angelo.

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    Some of my favorite "household use pens" are Knurls. I love this rendition - very appealing!

     
     
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    Nice pen. You could always do a diamond knurl or even a straight knurl but best done on a metal lathe and even better done with a scissor-type rather than a single point tool
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalboy View Post
    Nice pen. You could always do a diamond knurl or even a straight knurl but best done on a metal lathe and even better done with a scissor-type rather than a single point tool
    Derek, I have both a wood and metal lathe.
    I thought about a full knurl and maybe cut out 1/4'' wide rings.
    I might give that a try.
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