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MAPG - Mid-Atlantic Pen Gathering (a gathering held in Richmond Virginia once a year)<br>MBH - My better half<br>MM - MicroMesh<br>MTB - Bushing used either [[Turning Between Centers|Between Centers]] OR&nbsp;with a mandrel.<br>NESL - New England Specialty Lumber Supply<br>NPGJ - Nice Pen Good Job<br>OMG - Oh my gosh!<br>OTOH - On The Other Hand  
 
MAPG - Mid-Atlantic Pen Gathering (a gathering held in Richmond Virginia once a year)<br>MBH - My better half<br>MM - MicroMesh<br>MTB - Bushing used either [[Turning Between Centers|Between Centers]] OR&nbsp;with a mandrel.<br>NESL - New England Specialty Lumber Supply<br>NPGJ - Nice Pen Good Job<br>OMG - Oh my gosh!<br>OTOH - On The Other Hand  
  
Pen Wizard - [[Javascript:void(0);/*1435749870541*/|An ornamental pen turning attachment sold]] by the J R&nbsp;Beall Tool company<br>  
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Pen Wizard - [[javascript:void(0);/*1435749870541*/|An ornamental pen turning attachment ]]sold by the J R&nbsp;Beall Tool company<br>
  
PITH - Pen In The Hat (Pen exchange where two names are drawn from a hat and they make a pen for each other.)<br>PMG - Pen Maker's Guild<br>POC - Pens of Color<br>PR - Polyester Resin<br>PSI - Pounds Per Square Inch - generally used in terms of pressure, as in 15 PSI (usually lower case)<br>PSI - Penn State Industries (source for pencrafting supplies)<br>PVA - Poly Vinyl Acetate - white wood glue and is used to seal walls, as a primer<br>PW - Paste Wax or Pen Wizard made by The Beall Tool Company<br>RB - Roller Ball<br>ROTFL - Rolling on the floor laughing<br>RTFM - Read the F**** Manual<br>RTMD - Read the manual, dummie!<br>RW - Rennaisance Wax<br>SOYP - Show Off Your Pens (the forum here at IAP)<br>SW - ShellaWax<br>SWHTM - She who handles the money<br>SWIUI - She Who IS Usually Ignored (if not always)<br>SWMBO - She who must be obeyed<br>TBC - [[Turning Between Centers|Turning Between Centers]]<br>TO - Tung Oil<br>TPI - Threads per Inch or Teeth per Inch, depending on context<br>TS - Table saw or Tailstock, depending on context<br>TSW - Trade Secret for Wood<br>WC - Woodcraft<br>WEPYPFI - Worth Every Penny You Paid For It<br>WPP - WoodPenPro<br>YMMV - Your Mileage May Vary<br>  
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PITH - Pen In The Hat (Pen exchange where two names are drawn from a hat and they make a pen for each other.)<br>PMG - Pen Maker's Guild<br>POC - Pens of Color<br>PR - Polyester Resin<br>PSI - Pounds Per Square Inch - generally used in terms of pressure, as in 15 PSI<br>PSI - Penn State Industries (source for pencrafting supplies)<br>PVA - Poly Vinyl Acetate - white wood glue and is used to seal walls, as a primer<br>PW - Paste Wax or Pen Wizard made by The Beall Tool Company<br>RB - Roller Ball<br>ROTFL - Rolling on the floor laughing<br>RTFM - Read the F**** Manual<br>RTMD - Read the manual, dummie!<br>RW - Rennaisance Wax<br>SOYP - Show Off Your Pens (the forum here at IAP)<br>SW - ShellaWax<br>SWHTM - She who handles the money<br>SWIUI - She Who IS Usually Ignored (if not always)<br>SWMBO - She who must be obeyed<br>TBC - [[Turning Between Centers|Turning Between Centers]]<br>TO - Tung Oil<br>TPI - Threads per Inch or Teeth per Inch, depending on context<br>TS - Table saw or Tailstock, depending on context<br>TSW - Trade Secret for Wood<br>WC - Woodcraft<br>WEPYPFI - Worth Every Penny You Paid For It<br>WPP - WoodPenPro<br>YMMV - Your Mileage May Vary<br>  
  
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