First Celtic Knot Pen

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Pen_man_ship

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For a first attempt I think it came out quite well if I may say so myself.
I would like to thank this group for the inspiration and the instructions on how to accomplish this pen.
Without you all I probably would have never achieved success.
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KenB259

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Great job, Looks very precise. The infill looks wider than most. How thick are they and what angle did you cut at? My first Celtic pen was a hot mess, yours is great. Looking forward to seeing many more.
 

jttheclockman

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Nice work for sure. A more varied color would work and also thinner blade used would help. I like to cut mine at 52 degree and for some reason that looks tighter and should be a little more stretched out than mine. Maybe because the infill. I like 1/16" to 3/32" for infill. Anyway good job and hope to see more.
 

randyrls

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David; Very nicely aligned! You can use a 7-1/4" circular saw blade to create a narrower kerf This will reduce your depth of cut, but for pen blanks it isn't important! This will not work on a SawStop saw.
 
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