Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'edison pen'.
I'm just curious about what your favourite Edison pen is or what it would be if you had one. From all those materials and pens. I would have a Huron in Slate Lemon/Lime(Sadly, I am still a high school student, so I am saving up for university). I think that Slate Lemon/Lime is one of my favourite materials I've ever seen. Although, I have never seen a PEN made from it, just the samples. Also, if you have pictures of what it is even better and feel free to share.
Hi Everyone. The 2014 Group Buy has been announced. I'll link the video below, but understand that there is some logistical information not covered within. If you are interested, make sure to visit this link for complete details....http://edisonpen.com/index.cfm/2014/8/14/2014-LE-Glenmont-Group-Buy Thanks! Brian at Edison
Hi all. I've been having great fun with my new Edison Nouveau Premiere and a 1.1mm stub nib from Goulet Pens. Today I decided to switch it out to the fine nib I bought from Richard Binder. Unfortunately the 1.1mm nib was screwed in pretty tight by whoever assembled it, and I ended up misaligning the nib and feed. It's pretty noticeable just looking at it. However, it hasn't seemed to impact ink flow or writing. I tried adjusting the feed back into place with my fingers but it always bounces back to misaligment. Since the Edison nibs are attached to the feeds, is there any way I can fix this? I'm a novice at all of this... Edited to add a clearer picture.
I received my Edison Nouveau Spring Blossom pen in the mail today. Flushed it with water, inked it with Noodler's Black Swan in Australian Roses, and began writing. It's a gorgeous pen. But I'm a bit new to the FP world, and I noticed I could see the ink (it's a dark purple color) through the resin of the pen in the area of the feed component. I just wanted to ask if this was normal? Thanks all!