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Pen Inlay Kit - Masonic for Wall Street II & III

Item #153380
$19.99
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4.0

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Product Information:

Pen kits sold separately.

This precision laser inlay kit consists of seven components: one dyed and stabilized Black Maple barrel and six dyed and stabilized inlay pieces.


  • Inlay consists of 7 components

  • Woodcraft Rating: Intermediate


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    3.8

    (based on 6 reviews)

    80%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Quality oriented (4)
    • Primary Use:
    • Business (2), Personal (2)

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    5.0

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    By  Handy Andy

    from Tooele, Utah.

    About Me Quality Oriented

    Pros

    • Comfortable Grip

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Use
    • Extended Writing Periods

    Comments about Pen Inlay Kit - Masonic for Wall Street II & III :

    I just turned my first masonic pen and used the wallstreetII in titanium. It turned beautifully and shaped and finished well. Your tools need to be very sharp. When I finished, the wood on the barrel was only about 1/32 thick. I used scotch tape to secure the pieces in place prior to gluing. I already have orders for two more. Again, sharp tools!! Don't rely on sanding to shape the barrel. I also did a musical note pen. I had a little more difficulty with the fitting of the wood pieces on it.

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    • Personal
     
    5.0

    Looks Great with CA Finish

    By  Marty

    from Kansas City, MO

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    Comments about Pen Inlay Kit - Masonic for Wall Street II & III :

    I've made several of these pen kits and they all come out great with a little attention to detail. It's important to use very sharp tools - I use a carbide gouge that works great. Also found that you need to sand the entire surface smooth with 100 grit sandpaper before starting to work with the gouge, the decorations on the compass part of the design will tear out if you're not careful. I've pre-filled the gaps aroud those with dark-colored sawdust before turning and have had no problems. Finish this pen with an ultra-shiny CA finish and match it with a pen in gold and black titanium and you've got a winner that sells easily!

     
    5.0

    awesome looking when it is done

    By  Grandpa George

    from Hesperia, CA

    About Me Quality Oriented

    Pros

    • Easy to assemble
    • Fits Well

    Cons

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    Comments about Pen Inlay Kit - Masonic for Wall Street II & III :

    My Masonic customers were totally wowed by this pen.

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    • Business
     
    2.0

    this can made into a better pen

    By  Jimmyb55816

    from Duluth Mn

    About Me Quality Oriented

    Pros

    • Glides Smoothly

    Cons

    • If This Pen Could Be Turn
    • It Would Be A Better Pen
    • Uncomfortable Grip

    Best Uses

    Comments about Pen Inlay Kit - Masonic for Wall Street II & III :

    i use the pen in my every day writing. Like i say if it could be turned diown it would be a better pen.

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    • Personal
     
    3.0

    MY KITS HAD NO G IN THE MIDDLE

    By  Mr T.

    from Pitsburgh PA

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    Comments about Pen Inlay Kit - Masonic for Wall Street II & III :

    KIT WAS INCOMPLETE WHEN I CALLED WOOD CRAFT THE GIRL TOLD ME I HAD EVERYTHING THE KIT WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE! NO G BAD FOR BUSINESS COOLDNT SELL THE PENS LOOKED LIKE AN EMPTY PEN CUT OUT!

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    • Business
     
    3.0

    Nice kit, needs to be shaped better

    By  GB

    from Olathe, KS

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    Comments about Pen Inlay Kit - Masonic for Wall Street II & III :

    The pen goes together well and looks great when finished. However the process of laser cutting around a tube distorts the shape of any circles. Other distortions are not as noticeable. The round joint on the compass ends up being an oval. If the cutting pattern was stretched a bit making the circle an oval sideways then after turning it would end up being a circle.

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