Introduction: Wooden Pens and Other Small Turning Projects

these are some small turning projects I've done. there are some clocks, a finial, a plumb-bob, a bottle stopper, a mallet, a goblet, some tops, and some pens. They are done on a 24 by 12 inch jet midi lathe, using wood and kits mostly from wood craft. to do the finial i used a great video series on fine woodworking. you can see it here

http://www.finewoodworking.com/how-to-carve-a-finial/

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finbar galdeep made it! (author)2011-09-14

i have now published instructions for the pens

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vruiz3 made it! (author)2011-09-04

how much dod you think the pens u made are worth and are the internals wood too?

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finbar galdeep made it! (author)finbar galdeep2011-09-06

i would probably sell the smaller ones for about 20$-30$ depending on the venue and type of wood used in the pen. and the internals are not wood.

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vruiz3 made it! (author)vruiz32011-09-06

nice.you should make a buisness of selling wooden pens

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rimar2000 made it! (author)2011-08-30

Very nice things.

If you put in the image a penny, a hand or a finger aside the object, we could have an idea of the size.

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ChrysN made it! (author)2011-08-30

Nice!

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zazenergy made it! (author)2011-08-30

These are gorgeous. It would be great if you could include the instructions here! Let me know if you have any questions oh how to do that.

Cheers,

Laura

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