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Posted By admin [Profile] [Photos] Category The IAP Collection
Original Filesize 472.8 KB Original Dimensions 1600 x 2837
Date Posted 01-08-2015 11:08 AM Number Of Views 787
Title IAP Collection Pen #15
Description Castle Concept Pen by Phil Morris
Date Added to Collection October 25, 2014
Maker Phil Morris
Materials Walnut, Buckeye Burl, Aluminum Flashing and Blue Acrylic
Components Rhodium and Black Titanium Majestic
Tools / Machinery Used Jet 1221 VS lathe. Woodchuck Uni-Tool with round cutter; Woodchuck PenPro with 2 degree radius, various shop tools
Process The bottom of the base is Walnut with a wall section of black pearl cast acrylic turned and hollowed for the next cast of a blue and green mix to look like water with moss in it. The water was turned with ripples in it to look like it is lapping against the wall, then inset into the black.

The pen was started with 4 stabilized blanks of Buckeye Burl and a Walnut veneer. Blanks were squared and glued with a layer of veneer in between till it was square. I drilled a hole through the blank then cut slices and a layer of veneer glued between each slice. The previously drilled hole is used to thread the pieces over a dowel rod to keep them lined up for gluing.

The mid-section of each blank is Walnut with Blue Acrylic cut to thickness and segmented with Aluminum spacers. The blue is cut in squares and the Walnut is cut the same thickness and glued to Make a 45 degree angle and stacked. The turret top was turned oversized then hollowed out for the creation of the...
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