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Mmmmm... smell the Coffee. Enjoy the fragrant aroma of dark bean coffee rising from your lathe and completed pen. These blanks are made from genuine coffee beans and a cream colored acrylic. Make a unique gift and conversation piece for any coffee lover. Blanks are 3/4" x 3/4" x 5" - sweetener not included.
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Added May 1, 2017 by Margaret
"I loved to work on this coffee pen. If a bean pops out, stop turning and start to sand. The beans made the pen textured which to me makes it more 3 dimensional and realistic. When it is done it still smells great. I have this one ordered by my sister. I made it in Tudor Style.
It is a very heavy writing instrument and the largest pen I have ever seen. I am sure she will love it!"
"A word to the wise -- this is a real challenge to turn, or at least that was what I found. The coffee beans really do smell wonderful as you turn it, but the beans can shatter easily. I ended up sanding more than turning in order not to lose the blank. It is eye-catching, though. My advice is use VERY sharp tools, and a very light touch."
"A little, okay sometimes a lot of C/A glue needed for this blank. You may want to use thin C/A when you're close to the finish cut. Use medium C/A for finish coat. Over all, I like this blank. It's always a seller."
"very fragile. No need to pre round the blank. Use super sharp carbide. It's tricky as first. Take the lightest cuts possible, the results are awesome. Polish as if it were acrylic with no finish. Beans will leave a unique texture and plastic will shine."