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    Some Flat - Some Round

    Here is a picture of a Wedding Pen and Stand I made for our Son's wedding next week.

    Pen is Tru-Stone

    Stand is Corian.


    Corian engraves nice. Just engrave, spray paint with over spray and sand after dry. Second color needs some masking but you do the same.
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    A great gift and a very neat keepsake. Well done!
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    Very cool, Pete. The wedding date is my sister's birthday, too.

    Is this the pool-playing son?
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    A wonderful gift. Very well done.
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    Que Case

    Yes - He is the pool player.

    Everytime I visit him I see a very nice pool que case and a fancy cutting board. The pool que case is very prominently displayed in his house and I know a quick reference to me flashes by in his mind everytime he sees it.

    For those that do not know - Vaughn did 99% of the work on a really nice pool que case. I added a little laser inlay work to it.

    I am a very lucky guy. A few years ago myself and the other Dad performed the ceremony for my Daughters wedding. Next week myself and a notary will be performing the wedding for my Son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Simmons View Post
    ...For those that do not know - Vaughn did 99% of the work on a really nice pool que case. I added a little laser inlay work to it...
    I beg to differ. I just made a box with a soft interior. Pete did the hard parts...the finishing and the custom laser work.

    And I forgot to add my congratulations on the upcoming wedding. That's very neat that you're also performing the ceremony.
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