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Old 12-31-2004, 07:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Well had to cross that line today. These are my first three acrylics.
Two are cigars and one slimline. I have been reading all the post on Acrylics that I could find looking for tips. I did blow up my first one---forgot to slow the drill press down.



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Very nice pens, Gary, the finish looks great! Did you use MM ?
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Very nice Gary, that white sure looks like it has some good sparkle to it.I hope the Mrs. grabed it. A little different than cutting cedar. [:p]

It's gonna cost you though, if you don't want me to tell your neighbors, you cuttin plastic in the shop ! [:D] Who would have thought, a good ol boy from Ky. cutting anything but wood. [:D]

What has the IAP done to YOU ! [}:)] Anthony



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Nice pens Gary!!! Good job!!!
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Fred--- Yes I used MM--I had already bought them for making antler pens.

Anthony---If there is a buck in it----hey I will try--I still can not beleive that I can sell corn cob pens.

Thanks Tom---just had to try --of course now I will have to fill one of those display cases I bought from Anthony

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