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Old 09-16-2018, 12:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Been a little while since I posted some pens. Setting up for a business along with everything else just doesn't leave much time for "fun" stuff! I've been working on several new patterns for my blanks, some are just rehashes of existing patterns on new kits and some are totally new designs I haven't posted here yet. Please let me know what you think!
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All look good. Just a curious question, is this type segmenting a good seller??
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Beautiful casts Joey, the colors and patterns are excellent. Very well done. I suspect each will have their audience. I am partial to the top row, orange and green; just strikes my interest. The color scheme is awesome with the kit plating.
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There should be a color to please everyone there, nice, real nice.
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Those are all great looking pens.
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Very beautiful work, Joey !!!

I love the top row middle one .... "The Orange and the Green" !
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really nice blanks. well done. Thanks for sharing.
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Looking good, Joey. It seems you have overcome any issues with the resin bleeding between the cells that I believe you had early on. Did you do anything special to achieve that? Also, though it may be the photos, it appears the black plastic filament achieves the smoothest, most contestant cell walls when printed.


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All look good. Just a curious question, is this type segmenting a good seller??
It sells well enough
I offer them in a few different styles and the ability to pick the colors you want. I guess its a niche market, but they are fun to make and even more fun to turn.
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