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    As I mentioned a few weeks age. I recently purchased a mini lathe. It has been over 45 years since I got to work with one. I am really surprised that skills I picked up in high school are still there. Really makes me feel good that I can remember things from the "olden days".
    Anyway, I have been making pens this week. I made these today.
    They are oak, mesquite, mulberry, mesquite, black walnut and mesquite again.
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  • #2
    Looks really good picked it up right where you left off. Working a lathe is something I have not tired as many other tools to use I guess.


    • #3
      Awesome looking pens,you've still got it.


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