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Old 08-09-2017, 11:53 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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I have turned and used the Apollo Infinity. Although I sold a few, they've not been a big seller. Beyond that, It is one my personal favorite pens.
Same for me. I've made a few, sold a few, like the kit.
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I see they (PSI) also have some closed-end versions of the Apollo Infinity now. I'll have to try some when I get back into turning. I've been regrouping from divorce & move in 2015 and although I have more space in the form of a pole barn, I don't have the heated garage that I used to have. Plus pen making time is not as abundant now with a loving partner to share life with.
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