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I like to utilize pyrography to adorn some of my creations. Heres a couple I have put into an assortment of furniture:
















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Now that's really neat.
Can you share what equipment brand and what range of tips you use?

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Hi Mark, I don't know much about Pyrography but I do know when something looks great. Keep up the good work.


BTW Amen about your troops comment, we have a nephew in the middle of that mess in Afganistan. Good Lord willing he'll be home and alive in early 2012

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Thanks for the comments, Guys. Gene- nothing special for equipment. Just a simple heat pen and a tapered flat bit from a local hobby store. Probably all of $25.00 if that.

Marco- God Speed to your Nephew. One of my sons is a Captain in the Air Force Special Forces and he was on a volunteer secret mission to Afghanistan about a year ago. God Bless all our troops and may they all come home safely.

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Pretty neat, I have done some playing around with that but I did mine on a scroll saw which is cut out, I like the engraved look

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Mark, it always amazes me to see the designs people manage to convert into wood burning. My late wife did this on her third effort.
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Hi Mike

A bit off the point but have made anything with your new CW machine, I have not seen one from you unless I miss it.. about about a link to it.. ?

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Just one BJ and I will post it in my gallery. This isn't the place for that.

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Mark, it always amazes me to see the designs people manage to convert into wood burning. My late wife did this on her third effort.

That's pretty COOL, Mike... She did exceptionally GOOD... especially for just her third effort!

Very nice treasure!

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Thanks for the comments, Guys. Gene- nothing special for equipment. Just a simple heat pen and a tapered flat bit from a local hobby store. Probably all of $25.00 if that.
Mark, you sure get all you can out of a simple tool like a Wood Burning set!
You do FANTASTIC, Beautiful work!


The last time I used one of those, for wood burning, was probably when I was a young child!

Would it be asking too much to request a picture of your equipment and the Tip(s) you use?


Thank you very much.

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