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Chair leg pen

I was playing around in the shop waiting for some glue to dry and had an old piece of a chair that was heading for the trash and decided it would make a nice different looking pen. So after cutting off one of the legs this is what I come up with. It's a one piece oak with a regular "Bic" style insert. It has a 5/32 hole drilled about 5" to accept the ink cartrige. I think I need to turn a cap for it or make a holder so it can be a desk pen.
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post #2 of 7 Old 01-17-2012, 04:42 PM
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Darn cool way to kill some time.

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Neat recycle project! And way better looking than the bic standard 'yuck pen. Instead of a cap, might I suggest using it in a desk type 'cup' mount...just an idea.

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Nice salvage job.

That bowl was perfect right up until that last cut...
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nice pen Donny never seen one like that before


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Now that's cool. Something different than the usual pen you see. Great job. Nice way to utilize wood scrap.

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Cool pen.

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