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 Post subject: A Plethora of Pens
PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:04 pm 
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My daughter is a nurse, and she and the nurses that she works with prefer click type pens, so I made a few for her. Also a couple of Slimline twist pens. The on on the far left is an "Artist's Sketch Pen" for my great nephew in Tennessee. It is made from a piece of Cocobolo that my brother-in-law gave to me while I was there.


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Nice work Bob, those are beautiful and they'll love them to death for sure. 8) 8)

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Beauties all! I like the click pen kits... they can fairly unforgiving of length tolerances though (DAMHIKT)... It looks like you nailed yours

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Bob, nice job. Where do you get the click pen kits? I have some but most of the time the writing tip sticks out from the nib. Maybe it is something I am doing.

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Thanx for the comments. Bill, I get my kits from Craft Supply, http://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/store/catalog?Args=

Lawrence, guess I have been lucky, I have not had a problem with them.


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Must be me. That is where I got mine from.

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Nice job on the pins Bob. They look great.

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