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    Segmented pen

    Sirocco pen kit from Beaufort, using oak and mahogany with maple veneerDSCF0298.jpg


     
     
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    Nice looking pen Alan!
    Too many ideas not enough days when I'm not at work

     
     
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    Lot's of work in that Alan!!!
    NICE!
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    A lot of time and effort has gone into that and it's worth it....lovely combination of woods, veneer and kit plateing...well done
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    Tricky touches in this on Alan a small sampler to me.I think you bit the bullet so to speak in the pen shaping when you got to the tip section. This pen kit has a couple of contrary curves just there coming off the blank into the tapered band.Love the striping ,colours, and the tones involved. Simply said a beaut pen mate.

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    Looks great.
    Nicely done.

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    Very nice Alan, great segmenting.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Very very nice Alan.

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    Looks great to me, love to do some of this sort of thing but need a saw that cuts accurately first lol

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by martin.pearson View Post
    Looks great to me, love to do some of this sort of thing but need a saw that cuts accurately first lol
    All the cuts were made on my drop saw, nothing is complicated.

     
     

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