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108963

Re: Arthritis

Keep on  hoping you can find relief.  John Kepka Remember 911 Let's Roll!!! God Bless America and the Troops Keep on hoping you can find relief. John Kepka
John Kepka
Aug 14
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108962

Re: Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

Easier to use in that you don't have to extract it from the pen. It comes in a bottle. Regards, -Steve http://woodworking.bigelowsite.com http://pen-blanks.us
Steve Bigelow
Aug 14
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108961

Re: Arthritis

good luck on future turning and I know what it is like to be a 1 finger typer Andy To: penturners@yahoogroups.com From: penturners@yahoogroups.com Date: Thu,
andrew jude
Aug 13
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108960

Arthritis

I know it has been years since I posted here, but I have to say that I miss you fine people and I miss turning pens. My arthritis is in both thumbs and wrists
figuredwoods
Aug 13
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108959

Re: Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

... Would you be more specific about your processes, when you were dying wood with that product? Did you turn the wood to the final shape and size, and then
ward_shrake
Aug 13
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108958

Re: Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

... Help me to understand that comment, please. "Easier to use" in what context? Dying epoxy glue? Dying wood? Just as a regular ink? Or ... ??? More
ward_shrake
Aug 13
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108957

Re: Stylus points? coming loose

I use a small amount of blue loc-tite so that if it wears out it can still be changed. Randy * Please remove any email address's before forwarding this email
RP
Aug 12
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108956

Re: Stylus points? coming loose

I have never had any trouble with them going on as they screw in. The problem is some of my clients have said that they unscrewed and come off and they were
Ina Z Cabanas
Aug 12
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108955

Stylus points? coming loose

Hello all. I have had trouble in the past with the rubber stylus points on kits made by pen state and woodturningz staying on or getting them on in the first
joedecker99
Aug 12
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108954

Re: Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

Noodlers Heart of Darkness fountain pen ink works just as well as a Sharpie, is cheaper, and easier to use. On Aug 10, 2015 5:09 PM, "andrew jude
Steve Bigelow
Aug 10
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108953

Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

I have used bubble jet ink to dye wood mix it up and make any colour you want never tried to mix in epoxy Andy To: penturners@yahoogroups.com From:
andrew jude
Aug 10
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108952

Re: Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

Thanks, Gerald! Glad to hear you're thinking about giving that one a go. I'm not sure where it'll end up -- as far as how other folks will end up putting the
ward_shrake
Aug 10
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108951

Re: Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

You can do this however, the result of mixing talc with CA will be a sort of cloudy translucent effect, not white as you would expect. If you want white, use
Randy Smith
Aug 10
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108950

Re: Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

Thank you all. I really appreciate the ideas that many of our turners suggest. I plan on trying the dyed talc idea soon. Some of my friends and I keep little
Gerald Avery
Aug 10
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108949

Re: Dyed baking soda or talc (with CA) as a possible decorative tric

Really sounds better suited to bowl turning than pens. Not to discourage, rather to point you in a more fruitful direction. Dennis Ewing
Dennis Ewing, Sr
Aug 9
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