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Old 07-21-2008, 08:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have some excess Cast blanks I'm offering for anyone interested. They're cast in alumilite, colored for the English Walnut and white for the coffee beans and pasta. They were cast at 60 PSI but may still contain some voids inside that will need to be filled with CA.

The blanks are at least 3/4" square by just over 5.25" long. Price for the blanks is $10 each plus shipping. Shipping is USPS Priority flat rate envelope or box, as appropriate, at actual cost. I accept paypal, check or money order.

Please post here with what you're interested in, first come, first serve. I'll check this thread and send emails as items sell, but feel free to send me a message too.

First up, Cast English Walnut - please indicate color and number

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Maroon



Green



Here's a photo of a completed Cigar from one of the green blanks:



Next up the Coffee, I only have these 4 for sale currently, not numbered because they're all from the same batch and pretty much the same.



Finally, the pasta, four-color rotini in White alumilite. These 5 are all I have until I get some more resin, please order by number, thanks.



Thanks for looking.
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i will take:
#4 of the green
#5 of the Maroon
#5 of the blue

If you are going to post more, just hold on to them until I see what else you have.
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Kirby, no problem, PM sent.

I just added some cast four-color rotini pasta blanks as well.
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WOW!!! I thought I saw everything.... but PASTA !!! That is just too cool! I never woulda thunk of doing one in pasta.... got a finished pen in one?

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WOW!!! I thought I saw everything.... but PASTA .... got a finished pen in one?

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and here's a coffee one for good measure

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That's just too cool! The wife said the coffee bean one might be good for marketing a coffee shop...

Thanks for posting these...
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