Joe's Wood Artistry - Segmented Triangles & Squares #35B

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New from Joe Schneider!! Exotics is proud to bring you some of Joe's simply incredible segmented art work! This blank is what he calls his "Triangles and Squares pattern" It features corian, rosewood, osage orange, poplar, teak and mahogany. The blank has been rounded for easy turning, and the center is marked on both ends.

The blank is approx 7/8" diameter and 5" long.

  • $23.75
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  • Weight
    1.75 oz
  • SKU
    DW-JS16A-35B

New from Joe Schneider!! Exotics is proud to bring you some of Joe's simply incredible segmented art work! This blank is what he calls his "Triangles and Squares pattern" It features corian, rosewood, osage orange, poplar, teak and mahogany. The blank has been rounded for easy turning, and the center is marked on both ends.

The blank is approx 7/8" diameter and 5" long.

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  • Simon Gaylard
    Aug 12, 2019, 03:03 AM

    Hello, I'm interested in using Joe's segmented blanks for either Graduate or Vertex magnetic capped pens but need to know if the segmented pattern is suitable to be cut for a 3" tube & 2" cap. If not what is the recommended kit for these blanks & the point at which they should be cut.
    thanks
    Simon

    Administrator
    Aug 17, 2019, 05:13 PM

    "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" or, stated differently, what I declare "attractive" may not appeal to you at all.

    Segmented blanks create a pattern. Most of the time, the larger the finished product, the more of the pattern you will see, so the more attractive it is. Joe has made hundreds of different designs. When making a pen, you may want to carry the pattern across the centerband or you may prefer the easier method of having the top pattern independent of the bottom I have seen both styles of blank from Joe. In short, we don't dictate how to use the blanks made by Joe or any of our partners.

    I have seen gorgeous results with kit and blank combinations I would never have tried. And I have sold pens at retail that were patterns I didn't like----but the buyer loved them!!

    No accounting for taste!

    Make a combination you think you will like and hope for the best!! That is the "artistic" part of penmaking!!

    Ed