Could you tell us this nibmeister's details? Couldn't find them online, got a couple of scratchy Lamy nibs.
Of course! I know three pen repair centers. I don't know if you need a certificate to become a nibmeister, as a doctor, or lawyer etc, but I called them that way for the sake of simplicity. The three are in Mexico City.
(I am not affiliated to any of the stores and describe here my experiences only where they apply)
1.- Papelería el Globo
website: They have no website but if you look them up in google, you will get results with reviews from their stationary.
address: Av. 5 de Mayo 39, Centro Histórico, Centro, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX
This Stationary Shop has been around for almost 80 years with a pen repair service. I have never given a pen to be repaired here, but because of the years of experience, I will bring my Platinum for service here.
website: http://plufi.com/ (site is under construction now but the address is shown in the website)
Address: CC Plaza San Jeronimo, Av. San Jerónimo 630, La Otra Banda, 01090 Ciudad de México, CDMX
PLUFI is one of the biggest pen stores in Mexico City, and the women that are in charge of the store are very kind. Once, I accidentaly dropped a Faber Castell Loom to the floor, and because of gravity, the nib fall straight against the carpet. My nib became very scratchy with baby bottom and on of them was kind enough to repair it free of cost.
3.- Miguel Angel Pen Stationary
5 de Mayo 29, Local H,
Entre Motolinia y Bolivar
Ciudad de México, D.F. 06000
They have been around for a long time too, and they have a repair service. Unfortunately they only repair the type of pens they sell (that, by no means are a few. Montblanc, Lamy, Faber Castell Inoxcrom, Parker, OMAS etc).
Unfortunately, I asked them about my Platinum, but they won't receive it.
There you go, I hope you find this useful.