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Old 02-19-2019, 10:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Something a little different this time. I used a pre-cast Carbon Fiber blank which I turned off the ends and added some wood and aluminum accent's between them.
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Very nice - now add a few watch parts!

This is with leather, but the effect is similar: A Ron Blais Pen
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Looks good. So many things can be done with a little bit of segmenting. Change the whole look of a blank.
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I like it! What was your experience turning off the carbon fiber? My inclination would be that it was a giant pain!
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It was actually quite difficult to take that carbon fiber off the tube. What I did was turn all the acrylic off first, then took a box cutter and just scored the CF and was able to take it off. I put it back on the lathe and used a square carbide tipped tool to make sure everything was nice and square.
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Very nice looking pen!
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That looks great!
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