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7 mm Slim Style Solid Clip Pencil Kit - Cobalt Gold

Item 123080
Model SO-8010/P/HP-1

$6.99

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Pencil kits feature the latest technology in pencil design. Newly engineered tips are free-acting and smooth, eliminating the troublesome and frustrating mechanism "hang-ups" common to most other pencil kits. This fool-proof, non-jamming tip is specially designed to feed the correct...

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Pencil kits feature the latest technology in pencil design. Newly engineered tips are free-acting and smooth, eliminating the troublesome and frustrating mechanism "hang-ups" common to most other pencil kits. This fool-proof, non-jamming tip is specially designed to feed the correct amount of .5 mm lead with each click of the plunger top. To facilitate assembly and ensure ease of barrel construction, our clips do not require notching of the barrel like other, more difficult-to-make kits.

Features:

  • Create the pencil yourself with this kit and your lathe
  • Slim design and Durable plated finish
  • Easy assembly including clip and cap
  • Newly engineered tips are free-acting and smooth
Specifications:
  • Style: Slim Style Solid Clip
  • Finish: Cobalt Gold
What's Included:
  • (1) 7 mm Slim Style Solid Clip Pencil Kit - Cobalt Gold
Notes:
  • In order to construct a completed 7 mm Slim Style Solid Clip Pencil, you will also need Slim Style Bushings (#06R03), 7 mm Pen Maker's Bit (#149125), and 3/4" x 3/4" x 5" pen turning blank, all sold separately.

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    Instructions need help

    All the kits I have bought before have had decent instructions. What happened here? Doesn't tell drill size, or tell which parts go where, or tell what sequence things need to be done in. Is this too much to ask? I can probably figure it out, but if I mess up I start over and buy another kit I guess.

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