Pakkawood pen experiment

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Yes. Very nice and colourful indeed. I also like these Slim Lines in their Modified Forms. Gives the Blank a chance to show its Beauty.
Thought about using some leftovers but doubted our Turning ability seeing that we are absolute newbies !!
How was it to Turn ???
No Chipping ???
What Turning Tools You used ??? HSS or Carbide ???
Would be good to know
Thanks in advance
Kind regards
aRM
 

folkerkrentz

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Yes. Very nice and colourful indeed. I also like these Slim Lines in their Modified Forms. Gives the Blank a chance to show its Beauty.
Thought about using some leftovers but doubted our Turning ability seeing that we are absolute newbies !!
How was it to Turn ???
No Chipping ???
What Turning Tools You used ??? HSS or Carbide ???
Would be good to know
Thanks in advance
Kind regards
aRM
Hello and thanks for your comments. It turned easily. Chipped only when a side got to small or short. Edges were no problem. I used HSS. large and small spindle gouges and a small scraper.
 
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