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TWSBI FRANKENPEN Flex Hi all I've been in search of a twsbi with a flex nib and with some work I was able to tinker with a TWSBI Eco and an FPR Ultraflex to create a flexy TWSBI Eco and I wanted to share what I did and how it turned out. I have heard of Fountain pen revolution and recently I have had the pleasure of purchasing a few of their pens. Great pens and seamless experience. One of the pens that I purchased from FPR was the Indus pen. Comparing the feeds of the TWSBI Eco and the Indus, the feeds looked to be the same size. 1. The first thing I tried was straight swapping the ni
Hello everyone, I was told to move my mod over here to discuss it. It is a Noodler's Konrad with a Hunt 56 nib in it. I had to heat set the feed for it and I may have accidentally heat up the grip section during the feed setting but I did squeeze that as well just in case. I say that the grip section may have been set as well because after the mod it appears not to be able to close in the cap as smoothly. That being said, I am very pleased with my work and I tried a few nibs but this one worked the best for this configuration.It flows well and you can see one railroad but I was going pretty
I have been checking eBay for a pencil in order to complete a Sheaffer Targa set. While searching for Targa's today, I found a listing with title 'Vintage "Sheaffer Targa" Mechanical Pencil-Blue/Green Marbled- Made in USA 1980s', http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Sheaffer-Targa-Mechanical-Pencil-Blue-Green-Marbled-Made-in-USA-1980s-/141319998470?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20e7540c06. I started admiring Sheaffer Targa ballpoint pens, pencils, rollerball pens, and fountain pens (I like having sets) during the 1980's. Since I had examined Sheaffer Targa's during many visits to pen stores