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Old 03-14-2019, 07:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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One who I have admired: A Beautiful Pen.
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WOW!!!!! Nice!
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Hmmm ... Yeah ... OK ... and very nice.

Very interesting ... have we seen this pen before ? ... It is very lovely indeed !!

I keep wondering how you guys can see to manipulate all those tiny pieces.
But maybe you put things together before the pieces are actually as tiny as they look now.
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Yes indeed very nice work. takes patience and TIME !!!!!
Right Mal, you glue up longer pieces of wood, then cut to required length. Some cuts are at different angles. Those little model maker table saws that some of us have are great for doing the cutting .
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Simply amazing!
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Love it! Thanks for sharing.
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Prefer the ones you make , Mark .
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Thanks Wayne. Also kind of funny and ironic this week. My wife is retiring and wanted 10-15 pens to give out at work - this next week. There is not enough time for me to construct some of my own. That was OK with her as I have a bunch of Joe's (Wood128) that she prefers! Waiting for kits.
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Thanks Wayne. Also kind of funny and ironic this week. My wife is retiring and wanted 10-15 pens to give out at work - this next week. There is not enough time for me to construct some of my own. That was OK with her as I have a bunch of Joe's (Wood128) that she prefers! Waiting for kits.
You lucked out on this one!
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I really like it but somehow the cap throws off my sense of balance.

Beautiful pen, but I am with Wayne


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