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Haskoson: 2Nd Fountain Pen - A Fat Ebonite Cigar


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This is my second fountain pen.
I wanted to do a fat cigar pen in Cumberland ebonite.
It worked out fine, but i forgot to polish the tenons before thread cutting...
I tried to polish these parts after i cut the threads but that did not work very well.
Working for the first time with ebonite, i could not polish it very well.
I sanded it from grid 100 to 1000 and Micromesh up to grid 12000 but i´ve not been able to get it scratch free. Still waiting for a buffing wheel.

The pen has a #5 medium Bock nib, a M9x0,75 thread from section to barrel and M12x0,75 thread from barrel to cap.

Comments and critics are welcome.


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a little beside the point - but it sure looks like a nice table you've put the pen on!

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a little beside the point - but it sure looks like a nice table you've put the pen on!

 

Ha! I was about to say the same thing about the table.

 

Nice pen. And the long section makes the threading less invasive, when one is writing.

 

Congratulations.

 

I agree with fountainpagan, I do like the fact that the threads are less invasive.

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a little beside the point - but it sure looks like a nice table you've put the pen on!

 

Ha! I was about to say the same thing about the table.

 

That nice looking table is really one of my cutting boards.

I make these sometimes if i don´t do pens.

 

best regards

 

 

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Very interesting long section. Something I would surely like to try.

:P what you think of me is none of my business ;)

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