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Making a Pen Display Case
By Paul Loseby

For: Intermediate Turners


Many woodturners make and sell pens. The way that we display them often has a significant impact on how well they sell. Many of us use simple pen displays and that seems to work well, although they may not always look great. This month, Paul Loseby, an experienced turner from the UK, shows how to make your own pen display case which can dress up your selling venue. And although this display case is a "flat wood" project, most of us have the tools and skills to make it. The dimensions for the project are mostly show in mm so you may want to convert them to inches.


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The project above was published in the April 2016 edition of the magazine. You may purchase the entire magazine edition by clicking on the "Purchase this edition" tab below. Here is a partial list of this edition's contents:

Lichtenberg (Fractal) Figures in Turning
by Robert Bley

The Pen Turner's Corner: Making a Pen Blank From Colored Pencils
by Don Ward

Why I Like Cupped Carbide Cutters
by John Lucas

Chatter on a Hollow Form Vessel
by Paul Rohrbacher

The Unseen Health Risk of Wet Turning
by Ian Salisbury

Product Review:
Off-Center Chucking System

by: Penn State Industries