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  1. Woodturning
    My dad has been turning wood for only about 4 years. He's really into making pens now and I've been selling them for him. I want to get him a cool gift for Xmas. Perhaps unique acrylic or wood pen blanks (something he can't find at Rockler), tools, etc... Ideas? Budget is between $50 and $200.
  2. Woodturning
    Wow, i have been turning pens like crazy. getting pretty good at it but any suggestions would be appreciated. Let me know what you think.:yes: The first is a black and red acrylic with a wall street 2 copper kit The second is a Ebony slimline with black titanium. the third is a Olive wood slim...
  3. Woodturning
    Hello, after making a few pens without incident, my recent batch have been splitting when I assemble them. For example, my last 3 padauk pens have all split (I enclose a picture where you can see the crack if you look carefully). My 3 first pens, made of bocote did not. Here is what I do: 1)...
  4. Woodturning
    how much could you sell a slimline pen for? i know it depends if its acrylic or wood, if the wood is figured with spalting or burl and if the pen is shaped well but overall how much could you sell a non figured wooden slimline for? (a simple 20 minute job)
  5. Project Showcase
    Started making pens on Christmas eve. I'd never used the lathe before, and these were made on the 24th and 25th. Lot's of fun!
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