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    Triple veneer pen

    Thanks Mack for suggesting this 3 veneer pen. I like the way this turned out. Curly Maple with Redheart and Maple veneer. This was a little tough wrangling all the pieces for gluing. The Cigar is Cherry with Redheart veneer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Quiram View Post
    Thanks Mack for suggesting this 3 veneer pen. I like the way this turned out. Curly Maple with Redheart and Maple veneer. This was a little tough wrangling all the pieces for gluing. The Cigar is Cherry with Redheart veneer.
    Nicely done, Terry! What SS are you using?
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    Good looking pens, Terry.

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    Sorry Mack. Brain not working. What is SS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Quiram View Post
    Sorry Mack. Brain not working. What is SS?
    Scroll Saw!
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    WOW I'm really in a fog. I am using an Eclispe. Bought it new in 2001. It's a wonderful machine and I am sorry to say they are no longer being made.
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    the maple one is really sharp terry,, they both are but i would pic the maple one to put in my pocket if i needed another pen
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    Those are awesome, Terry! My favorite is the maple one.
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    Both of your pens are beauties, Terry. I'd have to choose the maple also but it sounds like it's taken!!!
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    Both pens are impressive .
    It's kind of fun to do the impossible

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