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Old 04-23-2010, 11:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Here is one of my segmented peppermills. Segmenting peppermills is what gave me the idea to segment pen blanks. I teach Segmented Peppermill classes at my local Woodcraft store (Milwaukee, WI) as well as out of my shop. I will also be at John C. Campbell Folk Art School in July 2010 instructing a 5-day workshop on Segmented Turning.
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Wow those are amazing! If I lived close to Milwaukee I would be taking that class.

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Those are beautiful... Really, really nice.
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Beautiful peppermills
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Those are really awesome, great work.
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Here is one of my segmented peppermills. Segmenting peppermills is what gave me the idea to segment pen blanks. I teach Segmented Peppermill classes at my local Woodcraft store (Milwaukee, WI) as well as out of my shop. I will also be at John C. Campbell Folk Art School in July 2010 instructing a 5-day workshop on Segmented Turning.
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Milwaukee, Well that's about 2100 mies from where I live don't think I'll be making any of your class.
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Jason - You really ought to do something about those heavy duty industrial grade chrome knobs on the top! :)
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jason,
Forward me info on the classes in Milw!

I would be very interested in coming up to take one!

Those pepermills are outstanding!
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Oh dear, that's brilliant. I have never understood how to glue wooden blocks like that. Unfortunately, I have also a bit far to go on your course.
I can only lift my hat and bow my head.

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