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Old 04-03-2018, 06:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Plus one end cracked so I tossed it.

John; to avoid cracking on the ends of the pen, use the cut long, drill short, cut off end. This is a blank prep article.

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Been doing this from day one. My insert gizzy is made of a plastic that I got at the recycling center. I cut out a piece and turned it to a taper on the lathe. Will download a photo for here. This was a Slimline so the wall was very thin. I slip the tube on the gizzy, apply glue and turn as I insert the tube in the blank.
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