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Old 08-08-2017, 08:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I was really excited to try segmenting. I did walnut on cherry with 1/16th aluminum on a psi Raw kit. My glue line is a bit too thick but I love the look and I learned a lot.
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Very nice Dale! I like the overall appearance and the dimensions of the segmenting. From the Picture, no flaws are evident in the glue-line. I also like the thicker than typical aluminum - it looks great.

Thank you for sharing.
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looks great
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Great work !!!!
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Nice job! i don't see a glue line problem either.
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Nice job, segmenting is fun and it really makes pens pop out!
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Great job and as Mark mentioned the proportions are spot on..
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Very nice combination!


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Excellent Segmented Pen Dale.
Great Choice of Materials for Segmenting, Superb Proportions. I can't see any problem with the Glue Line.
Great Turning, Fit and Finish.
Congratulations,
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Looks good! Your on your way to a whole new aspect of pen turning - I think you will enjoy it.
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