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  1. Hello, I'm seeing if anyone has tackled this problem. As I was trying to wrestle a Sheaffer Triumph nib off a vac filler, the feed snapped. The nib and the rest of it is out, but there's a length of the feed still stuck in the collar. I've tried to soak it and twist it out (It'd be nice to preserve the collar for a spare, just in case) but it's not really budging. I do have a spare nib/feed/collar combo from a past botched vac fill project, and am hoping to at least get the collar out, so I can replace the Triumph nib unit and get this pen working. Am planning to drill into the feed, see
  2. Hello! My name is TheDungeonChronicler, as I have recently been promoted to be the scribe for all DnD campaigns I am participating in, putting my prolific writing habits to good use. I am extremely embarrassed for this to be my first post here, but I think I have managed to break 2 "beginner" level fountain pens within a month of each other...the newest not even being a week old...I am very distressed by this and I want to know what my options are. So, background: I bought my first fountain pen about 2-3 years ago. A yellow Lamy Safari with a Medium sized nib. The Lamy came with a cartri
  3. Osmodivs

    Broken Pump Pen

    After a month of using the Ackerman Pump Pen with Higgins Eternal ink, I decided to clean it inside out, since this pen did not come with instructions I didn't know I could separate that piece where you insert the nib and the feed (the feed looks so rustic, as it was carved with a bread knife), so I tried to clean it with a metal piece, bad idea, I made a bigger hole in that piece, so every time I put ink, the ink would just leak from the nib, even though it was just a millimiter of shaved plastic its just ruined, well, I disassemble the pen again to clean it and, I put the feed under cold wat
  4. I have a Waterman Edson fountain pen with a broad nib. It is a beautiful pen. Unfortunately, I discovered that the nib "creeps", when the pen is held vertically. The leakage can be substantial if I ink the pen and hold it in a vertical position; ink would slowly gather at the tip of the nib, and even form a tiny droplet and fall from it. If I slightly tilt the pen to its normal writing position, this problem is alleviated. However, the nib would then become excessively wet when inked up freshly and used for normal writing. Also, I noted that when I use a converter to ink up the pen, as I
  5. administr4tor

    Repairing My Badly Broken Lammy Safari

    hello friends, In effort of making Lamy more smooth and darker I broke my lamy pen beyond its limit and then I became sad and repaired it, check out images, basically I broke the feed of lamy safari completely so please look at images and post your suggetions/comments too.( I am using original lamy ink ) IMAGE 1 - broken Lamy. IMAGE 2 - Tools needed - flat surface is needed - Dont use magic glue it wont work for long, I tried that too. - blow some hot air so that moisture or any ink/water will go. - A small filer tool an





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