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  1. Modified Slimline pen

    This centerband-less chrome slimline is the result of thinking about Scott's slimline experiment, seen here: The start I wanted to make a slimline with a little shape, keep it comfortable, do away with the CB, and make it flow. This is what I came up with. The barrels are cut sharp to the...
  2. More Pens

    No, I haven't been slackin, although, to me, it seems that way… Don't know where the time goes. Anyhoo, ....These are some pens I've been makin in-between the crib building project. I made them for a friend that has a shop in downtown Louisville, in hopes of selling a few to some Kentucky Derby...
  3. Miter/Mitre Box

    As a rookie on woodworking cuting straight isnt one of my strong points, so the miter/mitre box was created!!! I made it from spares, its just two bigger pieces one on each side that I glued and screwed to the bottom, later I aded a piece of acrylic to make it more stable (I ended up changing...
  4. Ebony handle for "Light Sabre"

    I've carved an Ebony handled, 2 handed, Light Sabre prop for Halloween. I have machined an aluminum shaft to house an clear acrylic rod with a pocket milled in it to embed a LED flashlight 'Beam'. This can be seen in the Prototype photo. I then bored the Ebony to fit around the aluminum hilt...
  5. Pen for my Wife.

    Blank: Acrylic Scarlet Mesh Woodcraft Metal Color: Bright Black Kit Type: 10mm Premium Cigar Style Twist Pen Dry Sanding: n/a Wet Sanding: 1,500 - 12,000 Finish: 3 Coats HUT Ultra Gloss Plastic Polish Date: March 28th 2010 Number: 15 Status: Gifted to Wife
  6. Pen for my Brother.

    Blank: Acrylic Super Hero Woodcraft Metal Color: Gold / Black Kit Type: 10mm Premium Cigar Style Twist Pen Dry Sanding: n/a Wet Sanding: 1,500 - 12,000 Finish: 3 Coats HUT Ultra Gloss Plastic Polish Date: March 28th 2010 Number: 16 Status: Gifted to Brother
  7. Bent Ply Photo Frame

    Bend an odd number of layers of thin bendy ply around a form (including a piece of veneer with marquetry as the front and back layer). Cut the formed piece to shape using a scroll saw. Secure the clear acrylic photo holder with hand made (and threaded) nuts and bolts made on the metal lathe.
  8. Wood & Acrylic 1

    Here is my latest work. My last project i had some sanding questions, this time i started sanding in the middle and worked my way out and as you can is worked. Thanks for you help.
  9. Acrylics

    Some new Acrylics I made with Streamline Kits The first is an Cigar Acrylic with the colors of the Gryffindor house in Harry Potter The second is called Crushed Mud I won in a contest on a penturners site The third looks like Ebonite no way to get a shine on it The fourth is a blank called...
  10. A seam ripper

    I made this seam ripper for my wife last night. Noticed a week ago she was using one from hobby lobby that had no handle on it at all and thought that was rather unsafe so i ordered this kit and blank from Wood-N-Whimsys. Everything came in the mail yesterday and I jumped on the lathe as soon as...
  11. Filigree Pen

    It seems that my wife has got an addiction to having a cool pen at her finger tips. It is a good thing that I am getting pretty good at making these. I guess it is better than her having a shoe addiction! It is a fligree pen using at PSI kit with a Lava Bright Silk Emerald Green acrylic...
  12. The Hilary Clock

    This pattern is from "Advanced Scroll Saw Clocks" by John A. Nelson (1998). I made the first one from red oak plywood as practice (last pic). This final version is cut fro red acrylic with a 1" thick purple heart base. It measures 14" wide, 8" deep and 20" high. I used 4 clear acrylic legs...
  13. T&E

    Just playing around with texture and color on this maple hollow form vessel. Finished with various acrylics. It measures approximately 6.5 inches by 6.5 inches. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  14. found

    This maple hollow form vessel was colored and textured to look like it was found on a shipwreck. It measures approximately 8 inches tall by 4.5 inches wide. It is finished with acrylic gels and colors. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  15. My First Post - Three Pens

    With this being my first post, the photography has some room for improvement. Should be better for the next one. These pens were made at the request of my son, as gifts for some of his friends. He chose the acrylic blanks, I chose the kits and did the turning. The first one (purple) is a...
  16. Honduran Mahogany Dining Table

    As I continue the process of furnishing my house, I have arrived at the point where I have nearly completed the dining table. This is the first of 2 posts, the second of which will be the finished project. The top is solid 1.5" thick ribbon-figured book matched mahogany. I edge glued the...
  17. European Style Pens

    Here are a couple of pens that I made over the weekend with the duck calls. The first one is made out of Blood wood. I know that the others are made from acrylic but they look really nice and wanted to show them off. The first one I made the tenon part a hair too thin. The second one looks good...
  18. A Bunch More Pens...

    Here's some more pens I made. Top row is acrylics, bottom row is wood. Top row from left to right is plastic, plastic, plastic, plastic… well, you get the idea. Bottom row from left to right is Cocobolo, Panga-Panga, Double-dyed Buckeye Burl, Padauk, Bloodwood, Cocobolo, Panga-Panga. I actually...
  19. Acrylic Cigar Pen

    A friend had asked me to turn this pen for them a little while ago. She had actually asked for two… I hoping to finish the second today or tomorrow. It's a platinum cigar kit from Woodcraft with a blue acrylic blank. After turning to size, I sanded with 220 and 320 grit paper followed by a rub...
  20. Teacher's Pen

    Teacher's pen for my wife who homeschools our children. Center is acrylic, red ink end is Bloodwood, black ink end is Ebony.
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