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Old 05-08-2018, 10:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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That is the beautiful Brick Pattern in segmenting. Well done. One of the first and easiest patterns to learn.
Dan, if you have any questions and need any help in your learning process of segmenting .........just ask. I would be glad to help . My segmented pen blanks are listed for sale on www.exoticblanks.com
Wow! Super cool to hear from you, Joe. I've seen your work in Dawn and Ed's emails and I'm always amazed with the precision in your work. Do you use an indexing wheel to align the layers at such a consistent offset?
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Thanks for your reply to my questions, and thanks for detailing your methods.

I am going to try something like you have done so let's hope for the best ! :)
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That is the beautiful Brick Pattern in segmenting. Well done. One of the first and easiest patterns to learn.
Dan, if you have any questions and need any help in your learning process of segmenting .........just ask. I would be glad to help . My segmented pen blanks are listed for sale on www.exoticblanks.com
Wow! Super cool to hear from you, Joe. I've seen your work in Dawn and Ed's emails and I'm always amazed with the precision in your work. Do you use an indexing wheel to align the layers at such a consistent offset?

No indexing wheel. The glue up process is all done by hand.......eye , hand coordination .....just takes practice to get the alignment right. Requires time to let the glue dry properly ........so I work on 2-3 segmented blanks one after another. The more time you spend , the better your precision ........and there are many mistakes
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