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    Freshly Made... hand lathed Aluminum/copper handle high polish. Extra stuffed Silverstip 26mm





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    All of your brush handles look great, putting my plastic Omega to shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magnus View Post
    Freshly Made... hand lathed Aluminum/copper handle high polish. Extra stuffed Silverstip 26mm

    This one is amazing. If you ever want to trade one of these for some wood let me know.
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    Ok this is my latest project that is stil in the making, waiting for some material. this is the first time i lathe a piece of wood in a metal lathe witch is abit tricky :P. I first lathe it to a straight & round form and then used the cutting tools (witch are attatched to the lathe, as in not hand held cutters witch you would normaly use for wood lathing) to remove some wood at the places where i neded it, and did the last bits with sandpaper and a rasp. what im trying to make is a barber brush (tall bursh) i have the handle done now and im waiting for material for the base that will hold the knot itself. the wood i used is a dark curly koa and here is some pics. hopfully ill keep posting pics on this project beeing done if everything works out the way i hope for

    here is the type of metal lathe im using


    and here is the koa handle


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    Really nice.

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    geeez I never saw this thread Mag you da Man

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    That dark Koa looks really nice.

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    I just stumbled upon this as well. You should consider becoming a hobbyist craftsman my friend, really nice work. I'd buy one
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    They look great. Keep up the good work. I could see myself purchasing one as well.
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    thanks guys. i would if i had the time cuz i think its very fun.

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