Plane Old Wood
 
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These are the first pens I have turned on a lathe. We bought the pen kits at Woodcraft and I turned them on our Jet mini.    



Wow! you've an awesome collection.
I also have many pens but I'm in user list.
you doing a good job!

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4/18/2013

Päätin lisätä vastauksen kannalta välittäjänä.Syy Haluan täydentää asianajaja vastaus on, että olen niin haluavat näiden condo yhdistysten on enemmän rauhaa ja tuottavampia päätöslauselman tilanteita joita tulee.

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A ballpoint pen dispenses viscous oil-based ink by rolling a small hard sphere, usually 0.7–1.2 mm and made of brass, steel or tungsten carbide.[2] The ink dries almost immediately on contact with paper. The ballpoint pen is usually reliable and inexpensive.[citation needed] It has replaced the fountain pen as the most common tool for everyday writing.
A fountain pen uses water-based liquid ink delivered through a nib. The ink flows from a reservoir through a "feed" to the nib, then through the nib, due to capillary action and gravity. The nib has no moving parts and delivers ink through a thin slit to the writing surface. A fountain pen reservoir can be refillable or disposable, this disposable type being an ink cartridge. A pen with a refillable reservoir may have a mechanism, such as a piston, to draw ink from a bottle through the nib, or it may require refilling with an eyedropper. Refill reservoirs, also known as cartridge converters, are available for some pens which use disposable cartridges.

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About this topic, I have been lately in your blog once or twice now. I just wanted to say hi and show my thanks for the information provided.

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The pens are very cool designed! Keep moving on man!

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Quite an interesting collection of pens, they all have this old style to it, wish i could see your handwriting.

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Its a great pleasure reading your post. It’s full of information I am looking for and I love to post a comment that "The content of your post is awesome" Great work.

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6/24/2013

The pen is amazing. I want one for myself.

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11/25/2013

Wonderful thoughts and amazing points. I really like them.

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I think its all about seeing them live and in person. you can’t judge the unis properly from sketches – clothing sketches always look a little weird. I think the color scheme will actually work out well.

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