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    Another Sedona

    Chrome Rollerball with Invisavue Acrylic.
    Don't need to paint the blanks and or tubes using the Invisavue
    due to it's density.
    Polished with Huts Ultra Gloss.
    As always comments and or suggestions appreciated.
    Thanks for looking.

    Les

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    Wow Les that is a nice pen. The blank is really neat.
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    That's a really impressive pen.

    Please, I need some help here, I've seen that many of the pens turned by members here have specific names, like this one "Sedona" "European" and so forth, are those standard names or just comercial/brand ones, moreover: is there any place where I can find a list with pictures of each, I'm really curious about it.

    Thanks
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    Great stuff, Les.

    Toni, the names are essentially different "models" of hardware kits, and in many cases, they are specific to a particular manufacturer. To make things more confusing, several manufacturers make some hardware kits that are similar to those made by their competitors, but they use a different name.

    Unfortunately, I've not seen a comprehensive list of all the different models, but here are a few of the kits available...

    http://www.pennstateind.com/store/pen-kits.html

    http://www.bereahardwoods.com/pen-ki...kits-main.html

    http://www.woodcraft.com/Category/1002283/Pen-Kits.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    To make things more confusing, several manufacturers make some hardware kits that are similar to those made by their competitors, but they use a different name.
    you forgot my all time favorite vaughn, where 2 providers of kits (who will not be mentioned), sell the same style of kit, but the tubes are just that silly ol' millimeter different...
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    Thanks a lot Vaughn..
    Best regards,
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