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Old 01-04-2017, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Very first Steam Punk Circuit Board Pen

This pen was a first attempt at turning it and i could not have been more happier with the pen

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Wow, nice job. Wish mu first pen turned out that nice.

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Wow, nice job. Wish mu first pen turned out that nice.

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it was nerve wracking i am only been doing this about 3 months
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That looks great.
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My first one of those used the green circuit board blank ... turned out great as well! :)
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Great job. Keep up the good work.


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Old 01-05-2017, 12:59 AM   #7 (permalink)
 
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Excellent Pen, Adam.
Love the Matching Copper from the Circuit Board with the Pen Plating, Great Choice.
Nice Fit and Superb Finish.
Congratulations, You have Started with a High Bar, I look forward to your Next One.
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Wonderful looking pen. Makes me want to take my computer apart - sometimes.
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Adam, what a terrific harmony of blank, pen, finish and style. You gotta be smiling so hard it hurts each time you pick this beautiful pen up. And....I'd bet you pick it up a lot. I would! WOW.
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that was a pen i made for my brother but yeah i was really happy when i made this pen i almost did not want to give it to him
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