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    Segmented Keltoi

    Four-sided segmentation with cocobolo ends.IMG_0325.jpg


     
     
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    Very intricate work Alan, looks great, well done indeed.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Great combination of materials Alan. 4-sided are tricky buggers . Stay healthy Mate. I'm out of the shop for several weeks, but drafting many, many designs.

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark James View Post
    4-sided are tricky buggers .
    You do know Mark, four sides are not easy.
    Hope it's not bad health keeping you from the shop.
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    I'm fine Alan. My wife and I are assisting her parents for a 12 day stay. Depending on the circumstances next Monday we may stay even longer. I've got paper, pencil, rulers, protractor, images on my computer, etc - so no lack of design opportunity.

    Be well Mate.

     
     
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    Very nicely done Alan.
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    Very nice job, a lot of work went into that blank, well done!!
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    Somewhere under that clip the splendour of your beautiful pen lies. Reading recently how many makers hide whatever like joins under clips,that is why I like to have the clip at 90 degrees in pics or at least expose the main event.

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    That is a beauty Alan.
    More photos would be nice.

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    Beautiful work Alan!!
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