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smoky73

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Hallo everybody,

the last few weeks I played with dyeing and stabilizing blanks. I'm So happy with the results that I want to share it with you.
First two pens are Karelian birch, the kit is "Hamburger Twist pen" by Gerhard Liebensteiner from Germany.
Third one is a lightly figured ash, kit is "Hamburger Rollerball".

All the best from Austria
Gregor
 

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Can I have a cheeseburger? I really, really like that hamburger kit. It doesn't even look like a kit. Did you modify it? I assume that's a finial twist?
 

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Can I have a cheeseburger? I really, really like that hamburger kit. It doesn't even look like a kit. Did you modify it? I assume that's a finial twist?

thank you for your comments!

@Todd: in German-speaking countries, fast food is not always the first thought of hamburgers ;). Gerhard Liebensteiner names his kits after large German cities.
You are absolutely right, the twisting mechanism is actuated with the finial. There are no modifications from my side on this ones, only the end of the rollerball cap.

Gregor
 

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thank you for your comments!

@Todd: in German-speaking countries, fast food is not always the first thought of hamburgers ;). Gerhard Liebensteiner names his kits after large German cities.
You are absolutely right, the twisting mechanism is actuated with the finial. There are no modifications from my side on this ones, only the end of the rollerball cap.

Gregor
Haha, I didn't truly think it was named after food but it was certainly my first thought, being from this side of the pond.
So many kits have too much metal exposed. It's good to see something like this, which appears almost kitless. Thanks for sharing these.
 
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