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Old 10-28-2015, 03:54 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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+ 1 plug tap...thank you
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Correct me if I am wrong but all that would be needed for this pen would be a plug not a bottoming tap right?
You are not wrong. However if you are like me and don't think that translucent or transparent pens look good with threads that run past what is needed, you'll want a bottom tap too. You start with the plug tap and switch to the bottom to end the threads cleanly, just past what you need to seat the Sharpie. Not an issue if you're using a solid material.
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I would be in for both
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Correct me if I am wrong but all that would be needed for this pen would be a plug not a bottoming tap right?
You are not wrong. However if you are like me and don't think that translucent or transparent pens look good with threads that run past what is needed, you'll want a bottom tap too. You start with the plug tap and switch to the bottom to end the threads cleanly, just past what you need to seat the Sharpie. Not an issue if you're using a solid material.
Ah thanks,

Penguin can the types be combined? 6 taper and 6 plug, I would kinda be surprised but it might be a possibility.
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I am interested.+1 both.

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Both please.
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So do we have enough and how much would it be per person?
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im in for both
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I count about 12 taps requested so far in this thread - some commitments don't seem very firm.

for example - leatherman has expressed interest, but failed to say if he's in, and if he wants one or both taps.

It looks like sufficient interest is there - so I'll call Jackie again tomorrow to see if we order 6 plug and 6 taper - if they'll still make the run since there is a MOQ of 12.
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They will be able to do that. The style is done after the fact and easy to change. Also you can have your taper tap reground into a bottom tap at a later time if you wish.

I was one of those on the fence but I would like one of each, depending on the price to mind you. I would also like mine Ti treated, or I can have it done after I receive the order. If memory serves it is $9 per unit to Ti treat.
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