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    That is a pair of beauties Tom.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Penpal View Post
    The stars at night here and now match the class pens of yours,just arrived home from a success trip to hospital where the three in the last week Ambulance trips proved justified.

    Great homecoming surprises mate.

    Kind regards Peter.
    Glad to see you are home, hope your health is stable now. Thank you for the compliment

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul hd View Post
    They both look amazing, the Olive wood is my favourite.

    Did you use resin in the making of these pens?
    Thank you Paul, yes, both were made using resin.

     
     
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    I love these. Well done. Gives me a standard to work to.

    Well done.

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    They look absolutely incredible! Do you turn the pen down and then put a ring round to insert the watch parts? is it then filled with resin? Amazing finish!

     
     
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    If it looks right it usually is! My namesake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citoyen View Post
    Thank you Paul, yes, both were made using resin.
    Cool. I now understand the process and will give it a try.

     
     
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    Correct, be carefull turning the recesses, and make sure the glueing of the tube is done 100% right.
    The walnut was built up with a gap because the glue grabbed before the tube was completely in.

     
     

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