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    Fallion Humid N 1010 [new band]

    Fallion Humid N 1010 pipe as i bought her.



    and after working in the band and mouthpiece now



    now looks like this:



    You can see the procedure step by step here: http://pipe-smoke.blogspot.gr/2010/02/7.html
    The pipe code is: M7-13

    or in a video with music: https://youtu.be/Vsk2H-efCzk

    Ladies & Gentlemen, sorry for the no good photos and thank you for watching!

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    I'm amazed at the work that you do on pipes, Sid. Looks great!
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    Wonderful job buddy. That's SO much nicer now!
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    Way to go, Sid! That pipe looks about 1000% better now!

    Did you make the acrylic ring? How did you turn down the diameter of the aluminum fitting?
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    Much obliged for your kindly comments my friends!

    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    Did you make the acrylic ring? How did you turn down the diameter of the aluminum fitting?
    The ideas, the choose of materials, the colour etc are mine but i have no lathe that's why i ask from K.Gourvelos to do some things for me. If needed i do some additional work [sandpapers, buffing, stem bending etc] before i glue everything and present them to you. The blue piece of cloth is the background out in my balcony's table and when you see detritus or dust on it means it's my task.
    When it's time to modify a pipe first i try to think the project and then i count with my calliper, if i decide that can be done then it's a matter of time to start working for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid.Stavros View Post
    The ideas, the choose of materials, the colour etc are mine but i have no lathe that's why i ask from K.Gourvelos to do some things for me. If needed i do some additional work [sandpapers, buffing, stem bending etc] before i glue everything and present them to you. The blue piece of cloth is the background out in my balcony's table and when you see detritus or dust on it means it's my task.
    When it's time to modify a pipe first i try to think the project and then i count with my calliper, if i decide that can be done then it's a matter of time to start working for it.
    Thanks, Sid. I remembered that you do the pipe work from your balcony. I thought that you might have added a mini-lathe to your arsenal and was looking forward to seeing what you might get up to with it.
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    Very interesting tenon assembly. Maybe time to build a pipe from scratch as Anthony suggests.
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    Unfortunately guys but there are no spare money in my wallet and space in my balcony for a lathe.
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