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Old 03-01-2016, 03:05 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jttheclockman View Post
My take on it is false representation of your work. You did not make the pens. Turning and finishing a blank is all we have when doing kit pens. Assembling and engraving is nothing. Just another thought. Good luck.



Just a side question for my own curiosity. When a pen is engraved does the size of the blank matter in the set up??? Say one person turns the blank BtoB and another puts a belly in it. Does this throw the engraving off. ??? Never seen a pen engraved. Had a few engraved but i am a bushing to bushing guy and they had the same shape when engraved.
I don't think it is false representation. The customer is going to see the finish of the other turners so he knows the OP is not doing all the work.
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