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  1. Oshi

    M600 - Too Wet (Need Help)

    Hi all, i just bought a M600 (with EF nib) on amazon. Until now i am used to the new Parker IM models with a F-nib which i really love. (after removing babies bottom) However, the ink flow on the M600 is much too high, it eats all the definition in my handwriting and produces hard corners on the egdes of the lines, even with the EF nib. I read some other threads with the same problematics, but didnt come to a satisfying result. This is what i got so far: Ink: Changing ink is not an option, since the ink is important to me (Montblanc Midnight Blue & Pelikan Tanzanite are prefered!). W
  2. I understand how to make a nib write wetter - one way is to scrape out the ink channel in the feed just a bit (I had to do this to my 1st two Kaweco Sports). But how do you make a gusher write drier? Other than using a dry ink, I mean.
  3. Ok.... so a couple months ago i was torn between buying a diamond 580 and a vac 700.... so i did what any normal addict would do.... i bought both. Now, although they both have the newer jowo nib i believe, they are different sizes... 6 on vac and 5 on 580 respectfully. My issue has been with the 580. I got them both in medium. It is a veeeery wet writer. Like to the point of almost bleedthrough on rhodia. Im not sure if this is normal... I know that many have said they had flow issues with theirs in the past, but mine is the opposite.... Is this normal for the 580? Is it the medium nib? (Ive
  4. Alright, I have a bit of a puzzle. I have a Nemosine demonstrator that I use for work. Great little pen, so great I got a second one so that I would't have to use my backup ball-point if I left #1 in my office or at home. Here's the problem-- It's wet. Really, really wet. Being a believer in the scientific method, here's what I've done so far: I noticed when I first got it and set it up that it put down a heavier, darker line than the first pen (both loaded with Squeteague Noodler's ink). I figured it might just be the ink, so I cleaned it out and put in a bit of Heart of Darkness, wh
  5. I have an M150 that I've had for a few years that has always written rather wet. I stopped caring about that for a while after I got a nice Esterbrook, but that pen will be going in for repair soon and I want to get the Pelikan working the way I want. So, would someone please point out some resource for manipulating Pelikan nibs in particular? I think this one needs to have its feed set back a little more.





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