View Full Version : Anybody interested in uninteresting wood?
06-12-2013, 11:40 AM
I have a whole large bin full of wood pieces that I sorted out, either because they are too small, have small defects (like voids etc) or I just found them too plain compared to others I had. They are all approx. 1" square or more and at least 5" long. Oh, and almost all of them are unstabilized but have been in my shop for at least 3 years. I was hoping to get a little bit for the pieces but it's not worth listing them individually, so I thought a medium flat rate box filled with random (or very roughly selected) pieces for $40 shipped in the US - which is a fraction of what I paid for them... They would probably be interesting for pen makers, but I wanted to check here first if anybody is interested. If so, let me know. i will also try and take a snapshot today. Oh, there should be enough for 3-4 boxes if not more.
06-12-2013, 12:27 PM
The 1" square is a deal breaker for me. You're right though - good for pens.
06-12-2013, 12:43 PM
tentatively interested, would love to see a pic
06-12-2013, 03:34 PM
I want some!
We can just make my box a little bigger.:doublethumbsup:
06-21-2013, 12:34 AM
very interested, could use for pen turning. any chance to get them shipped to AU? Few pics would be lovely :D
06-21-2013, 01:13 AM
Thanks guys, I am slaving over a total of about 45 handles that I want/need to get finished this weekend, so I just pushed this here to the side for now. But I will try to take pictures this weekend. I would have no problem shipping to Australia or Europe, just keep in mind that the postage is expensive. A medium flat rate box is over $50 these days. If that still adds up for you guys, I have no problems with that. Oh, and I have a few packages of clean pen blanks also that I could throw in - thought I would make smaller handles from them but never did. Give me a few days to get the handle pile on the finishing board, then I put some time into this.
06-21-2013, 02:34 AM
being in down under is such a ridiculous thing when it comes to shipping cost! both buying and selling :(
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