Segmented Pentel

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Dale Parrott

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I've been experimenting with designs that are similar to my last post.
This is another one of my Segmented Pentel Pencils.
Woods used are Red Oak, Black Walnut, Maple, Bubinga,
Texas Mesquite, Yellow Heart, and African Mahogany. Hope You Like it...
 

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alanemorrison

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Very nice Dale, and as others have said, a lovely mix of timbers.
Any issues to deal with if converting a Pentel pencil?

Alan
 

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There's also an alternative method (also in the library) that uses a 7mm pen tube and a turned-down finial, which avoids some of the fiddly drilling and greatly reduces the risk of blowing everything up while turning, although it poses some problems that the standard method may not have when it comes to tapering the nib end to meet the metal.
 

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Very pleasing to the eye. What do they feel like especially at the clip end ? I mean does the clip move about or just grip well and stay stationary on the barrel?
 
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