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A Dancer Pipe Make By Myself

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  1. bienden

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    Hello,
    I'm newbie. I come from Vietnam.
    This is a new pipe, I made myself. I call is A Dancer Pipe
    Condensation chamber make the smoke cool, dry and pleasant.



    Making a pipe is my hobby. My nickname means Black Sea. Very happy if you call me "Black Sea".
    Posted 6 months ago #
  2. mso489

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    Welcome, bienden. Photos aren't coming up for me, but i can't complain since I don't post photos.

    Posted 6 months ago #
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    Welcome to the forum!

    You can find instructions on how to post images here:

    http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/how-to-videos

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    Once your photos are on a photo hosting site (such as Imgur.com; Postimage; Dropbox, etc. Photobucket), or on virtually any site, including this site's album such as eBay, Amazon, you-name-it, select the full sized image, then Control-click (Mac) or Right-click (Windows) on the image itself, then choose "copy image location" or similar words. Now paste that URL (the full web address, which should end in .jpg or .png) into the IMG box in the reply window of the thread you're posting to.

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  5. bienden

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    Sorry.
    I try to post:

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    Very sorry members.
    Now I know how to post pictures.
    I realize this topic has bothered you. I want to delete it, and post another topic but can't find the delete button.
    Can admin help me?

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    I realize this topic has bothered you. I want to delete it, and post another topic but can't find the delete button.

    Don't worry about it bienden, lots of people have problems posting pictures, especially new members.

    That is an interesting looking pipe. What material is the 'rest' made out of?

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    Don't worry about it bienden, lots of people have problems posting pictures, especially new members.

    That is an interesting looking pipe. What material is the 'rest' made out of?


    Thank you for understanding.
    Stem made by bamboo; Condensation chamber (under the bowl) is Bufallo horn.

    Posted 6 months ago #
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    Buffalo horn? Very nice. I've never heard of that used in pipe making before.

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  13. artificialme

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    Greetings from Indonesia Bienden...
    That was a nice looking pipe. Hope it smoke well.
    When you use buffalo horn, did it have a pungent odor when it get slightly wet from the condensation process?

    Adhie was here
    Posted 6 months ago #
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    When you use buffalo horn, did it have a pungent odor when it get slightly wet from the condensation process?

    I didn't notice any smell from buffalo horns, friend.
    I also know that when people first started making pipes, people used horns to make stem. Later use vucanize or acrilic materials.

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    Nice looking pipe. How long have you been making pipes? How many have you made?

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    Nice looking pipe. How long have you been making pipes? How many have you made?

    Thank you.
    I made the pipes several years ago. But I have been smoking pipe for almost 20 years.
    I did not count the number of pipes I had made, probably 100.
    This is some pipe I have made

    Posted 6 months ago #
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    Welcome to the forum. That's some nice looking work you've done.

    Gunner, Black Frigate. Say "Hello" to my little friend!
    Posted 6 months ago #
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    Fantastic!

    Personally, I don't care for the bamboo stems—they look too skeletal to me, eek! , but that's just me and I was impressed with the buffalo horn chamber.

    Those other pipes you made look very neat!

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    Not the upland clover bloom...
    Posted 6 months ago #
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    Welcome to the forum. A lot of good stuff here. That is some very nice work there. Those look like they would be fun to smoke.

    Posted 6 months ago #
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    Oh my goodness. Congratulations on your skills. And welcome to the forum. It's a fine community.

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  21. bienden

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    Thanks for your encouragement.

    I was impressed with the buffalo horn chamber

    Thank you. If you want, you can view the clip in the following link: https://youtu.be/5H_t57FhINA

    Posted 6 months ago #
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    Welcome! Those are very nice pipes you have made. I am impressed. Thank you for sharing them with us.

    Posted 6 months ago #
  23. artificialme

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    I didn't notice any smell from buffalo horns, friend.
    I also know that when people first started making pipes, people used horns to make stem. Later use vucanize or acrilic materials.

    Then it's fine. Some of Indonesian pipe maker are using animal parts as stem or shank. Some of those, jsut making a pipe more artistic but deliver nasty smell when smoked. Glad to hear that buffalo horn didn't deliver the same smell

    Posted 6 months ago #
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    Welcome to the forums!

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    Very nice, thanks for sharing and welcome

    Posted 6 months ago #
  26. cortezattic

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    Happy to have you as a part of this pipesmoking community!

    Very nice Dancer pipe!

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    Posted 6 months ago #

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