Wow those are really different Dennis, well done. The recipients will be very happy I am sure. Did you just cut the centers of the tops out and cast them?
i can see them taking off real well.. and i would suggest making them just one brand rather than mixing tops like some are.. some folks like one kind of bev period..
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I hear ya Dennis!! Just like making watch part blanks!! On the other hand...they do look great!!
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Are you running those through a roller to flatten them?
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Those look cool Dennis and Welcome to the Family..... Be sure and put your location up so we know where to find ya
My son loves these but I told him they are a lot of work. Really nice pens.
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Thanks everyone for the great comments. Yes Charles I just cut the top of the cap off and cast them. Darren I do not use a roller. What ever size tube I am using I buy a bolt about the same size and bend the cap around the bolt. Then I use a small hammer with a nylon tip and beat the cap around the bolt. This will also take out any dents in the cap. Bought the hammer at Habour Freight. I hope this helps.
Dennis, welcome to the forum. It's great to see new people here. This is an idea that I've not seen done before. Well done.
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