Athletes in Action Rotacrylic - Golf Pen Blank

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From Jeff Powell! This is one in a series of new pen blanks dedicated to the glory of sport and competitive athletics! This is the golfer. Made from a base of two-tone green pearly resin, it will fit any mid-size pen. Great gift for the sports enthusiast!

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    3 oz
  • SKU
    JP-GOLF

This is one in a series of new pen blanks dedicated to the glory of sport and competitive athletics. This one is for the golfer. Made from a base of two-tone green pearly resin, it shows a golfer in silhouette as he takes aim at the ball. What a great gift for the golf - or any sports enthusiast!  Collect the whole series!

This amazing piece of workmanship involved many hours of design cutting on a CNC, including thousands of lines of code. Once cut, the upper blank was recast, in white resin. The matching blank for the other barrel has no image.

This pen blank will fit a mid-size pen kit (Jr Gent II/Jr Statesman/Triton etc).  Because of the double casting and the intricate design, there is a chance of encountering a small bubble. If you do, it can easily be filled with some of the white sanding dust and CA or epoxy. Painted tubes are recommended.

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  • Apr 7, 2017, 11:00 AM
    I made a Cigar pen for my uncle(local golf pro) with this blank and it came out amazing. Rotacrylics make some of the nicest looking pens out there. Very easy to turn and polishes up great
  • Nov 13, 2013, 08:57 AM
    I made a Triton rollerball using this blank for a client. It was easy to turn and came out great. The green acrylic is nicely marbled and has an attractive pearl shine to it. It also polishes up very well. The golfer is very sharply defined with nice silhouette details. I was impressed with this Jeff Powell blank.

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