Eureka Symmetry Model (PEEK material) new symmetry model has been successfully developed in PEEK material This is a fully precision-machined pen from solid peek rods. we only use the PEEK material imported from Germany (high quality) PEEK is a hyper-performance plastic (or super engineering plastic), that has following characteristics: 1) superb chemical resistance 2) high temperature resistance (max 260C) 3) superb strength, wear r..
Eureka Symmetry Model developed new symmetry model has been developed Material: ebonite, special plastics etc. design not suitable for urushi coating (a different model will be created adequate for urushi coating in the future) below photo shows a sample of this model (unpolished state, a further polishing process will be applied) comparison to prior symmetry model overall thickness and length reduced (cap size reduced, below ..
. under normal low-lighting under bright lighting such as sun / led lamp etc. engravings: cap: butterfly barrel: butterfly
. normal lighting hard to see details bright lighting bit of detail can be seen it will take much time for outer thick layer to clear up a bit. when urushi is exposed to lighting/sunlight outer layer becomes a bit clearer more details should be seen in the future
. under normal low-lighting under bright lighting such as sun / led lamp etc. engravings: cap: crane, cloud barrel: crane, cloud
. below photo is normal lighting, engraving can't be seen under lighting some engravings may be visible it may take 1+ year(s) for the outer thick usushi layer to become clearer, then engraving will be much more easily seen below photos are under very bright lighting (like sunlight) engraved images for cap: mermaid, jellyfish, sea plants, dolphin engraved images for barrel: dolphins, sea plants re..
. taken under photo-light condition, actual product will be darker, although due to the nature of urushi, the outer layer will become clearer as time passes please note, as you rotate the b&c all the way around, you will find just 1 part of the pen, in the middle (as seen below) barrel is slightly thinner than cap.