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Old 10-04-2017, 12:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This has been on my "To Do" list for a few months.

I've never turned a Panache kit before, but it may grow on me... not sure.


I was inspired from this pen by Branden Wong: Pinstripe Panache

Similar pens, but totally different methods of construction. Branden's has 12 veneers inlays, I have 9 slots with a 3-ply inlay (27 veneers).

Next I will use one of my 12 slot blanks, and I believe the slots will meet at the centerband and the Maple sections will come to a point.

Comments and suggestions are welcomed.


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Wowser that is really nice.

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Beautiful pen, Mark. I really like the laminated inlays that you inserted in the slots. If I ever grow up (doubtful), I aspire to be like you.

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Very nice work, Mark !!

And thanks for citing Branden's work ... his IAP tutorial is good to know about.
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Beautiful pen, Mark. I really like the laminated inlays that you inserted in the slots. If I ever grow up (doubtful), I aspire to be like you.

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And I would love to be able to do what you do!!!

But thank you for the kind remarks. Be well Ken.
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Really nice Mark.
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Very nice looking pen. You finish work is something to admire.
The fit looks perfect.
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Looks good.

It also looks like math was involved, and to quote Barbie, "Math is hard."
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