'Molten Metal' Inlace Acrylester

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BarbS

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This is my first use of the inlace acrylester, on a Gatsby pen. I like the look, but read afterward how it is considered difficult to work with. I did need to resharpen a lot, but in going nice and easy, it turned well enough. All comments and critiques are welcome.
 

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InvisibleMan

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Looks great Barb!

I agree about inlace acrylester. It's the first plastic I ever turned and have never had a problem with it. Slow and easy and SHARP is a winning combo. I think it shines up very nicely too.
 

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Thanks for the explanation on M3... those look spectacular, and expensive. I'll have to get a few pens under my belt and gain a customer following before investing in those, I think.
 
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