Serpentine Cellulose Acetate (Cebloplast)

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Kaspar

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Beautiful job ! Love your design . Haven`t made a pen with that material for 10 years . Time to use it again .

Is there still somewhere you can get it? I saw where someone here sold a bunch of different types back in 2016 (edit: it was Steve G in 2017) ... and he had a type I'd never seen before. I would love to get some if I could find out the name and if it was available. One had a kind of "snowflake" pattern in purple, the other in silver / smoke.
 
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stuckinohio

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Beautiful work. I too love the section/rollerball nose cone. And surprisingly I like the look of all serpentine material rather than some other material for the nose cone and section!
 

Kaspar

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Beautiful pen in all respects. I like your nib design and profile.
What refill does it take ?
The Schmidt 888 and 5888s. I believe I have been precise enough about the stepped drilling and hole size that a Waterman rollerball refill will work as well. Not sure about the Mont Blanc rollerball refill as it has a threaded section near the tip. But maybe. I'm going to order some of each and find out for sure one way or the other.
 

mick

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That's beautiful! I mean beautiful! Great job on the pen. It's a wonderful use of some very rare material. I've got about 5 ft from a buy here several yrs ago. I'm always reluctant to use it and begrudge every inch I use!

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