I'm new to Fountain Pen Network, and I have some question regarding Faber-Castell Loom. And piston converter.
I just brought Loom, and when I put in the converter in and turn it a little to ensure it is in place, the nib/feed started turning too. Sort of like unscrewing from the body.
Might be a stupid question but why does it do that? Is it because it is for changing the nib?
Another burning question I have is whenever I ink up my pens using a piston converter, there is this air that goes up first before the ink starts to fill the converter.
I have fully submerged the nib into the ink, so I am wondering why is it like that? Any suggestions for me to get rid of the air when I ink up my pens next time?