It's interesting to see all the pieces and parts and the effort that goes into forming the tubes that become the pens. He has to select the exact drill bit (and he has MANY to select from)
The smoothing process is interesting to see. I know I'd have bumps all over mine if I tried it. He uses a chisel and fine sandpaper and then feels it for bumps, then he uses some "magic stuff" to make it shine.
Can you see how hard it is to choose one? They really are all very nice!
|These are $60 plus tax and shipping because of the type of wood that was used and the extra work that went into them.|
|These pens are $35 plus tax and $2. shipping.|
|These pens are slimmer and go for $25. plus tax and shipping.|