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Enjoy your blog posts - I think I must have read everything you had written when you first posted about blog, some months back, now I just read your last post. There are some gaps in between. :)

 

I also looked at some of your other blogs. Liked the quotes one.

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Pen Engineer

Enjoy your blog posts - I think I must have read everything you had written when you first posted about blog, some months back, now I just read your last post. There are some gaps in between. :)

 

I also looked at some of your other blogs. Liked the quotes one.

THANK YOU!!!! You are my star!!!! :thumbup:

 

Yes, there are gaps between my posts.... my blogs are page based and wordpress treats them differently. I only use posts to tell people about new pages I have completed. Some of the pages take weeks before I let them out... I try to get it right.... still an ingeneer! B)

 

I don't know, whether you are a follower, at least then, you get informed when I release a post. In case you want to do that, it needs to be done for each blog, individually. :rolleyes:

 

I am glad you liked the one with the quotes. It is probably the most personal one.

 

I changed the header image on the fountain pen magic blog... what do you think?

with kindness...

 

Amadeus W.
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Pen Engineer

I suppose it's not an "understanding" issue, I have just read the article again and everything is actually commendably clear, it's more a "need to know" and "retention" issue.

 

I again glossed over the formula bits knowing that I would NEVER remember any of them or how to make use of your imparted knowledge.

 

As for other questions, hmm. The main mystery to me, as I keep so many pens inked up at any one time, is how pens lose their ink when completely sealed off to the outside world. :unsure:

 

My Noodlers pens in particular :mellow:

Thank you again for a wonderful reference page.

I have worked in several ingeneering fields.... and I think, it is not about remembering a formula, but knowing that it exists and when you need it, you know where to find it. For "when you need it" I only need to remember the principle, the application. I have to admit, I could not remember the formula...

 

....how do they loose ink? Very good question. Most cartridges and inner caps are made of plastic (PE,PP, PU), which is permeable to water. Ink is dirty water, 2 - 5 % other stuff. I recommend, when you put a pen away for longer, empty and clean it with water.

 

I don't know anything about the design of Noodler pens to comment on why they would dry out quicker.

 

It is my pleasure to write about fountain pens and being able to be of assistance

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Amadeus W.
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Welcome to the Fountain Pen Network. It is a pleasure to have you here. I have read the majority of your blog and am convinced that I will learn a great deal from you. I have learned a good deal already.Thanks and, again, welcome.

 

-David.

It is my pleasure ...and thanks for your appreciation... it is water to the mill, I will write more

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Hi Penengeneer,

Being a ( retired )mechanical design engineer myself, I really enjoyed reading your blog articles on pen design.

Thank you very much for shearing your amazing knowledge with us !

Best regards from" Flanders fields" in Belgium

Francis

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Hi Penengeneer,

Being a ( retired )mechanical design engineer myself, I really enjoyed reading your blog articles on pen design.

Thank you very much for shearing your amazing knowledge with us !

Best regards from" Flanders fields" in Belgium

Francis

Thank you so much, Francis

 

It counts double for me to receive praise from a fellow ingeneer....

 

I started a blog on ingeneering, would you like to have a look?

 

Here is the link: https://ingenioust.wordpress.com/

 

It's all meant to be light hearted and fun... why else would one do anything, if not for this reason?

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Hope that this what's-it-called has not fallen asleep...

 

The chapter on Feeds made or Plastic has been published.

 

I trust you will find it interesting and enjoyable

 

https://fountainpendesign.wordpress.com/feed-supply-ink-function-foutain-pen/feeds-made-of-plastic/

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Amadeus W.
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Perfect timing. I'd just mown the lawn and made a coffee to catch up on emails.

 

I didn't bother with the emails :) but read your wonderful piece instead.

 

Thanks again for filling our brains with fountain pen science.

 

Tas.

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Perfect timing. I'd just mown the lawn and made a coffee to catch up on emails.

 

I didn't bother with the emails :) but read your wonderful piece instead.

 

Thanks again for filling our brains with fountain pen science.

 

Tas.

Hi Tas

 

That sounds encouraging.

 

From teaching I learned: When you have given something to one person, the lesson was successful.

 

Could I ask you for a favour and copy your comment into the comment section of my blog? That would be great.

 

For your information: It may be for some time before I will publish an article in the fountain pen magic blog. The last half year, I spent almost all my writing time on this blog. I have several other blogs and a stack of scribbles awaits its transformation into legible text. If I wait for too long, I forget what it was all about. It's not the first time.

 

Maybe, I can invite you to have a read of some of my other writing. I probably will announce it here as well, when I publish something.

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Amadeus W.
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Hi Tas

 

That sounds encouraging.

 

From teaching I learned: When you have given something to one person, the lesson was successful.

 

Could I ask you for a favour and copy your comment into the comment section of my blog? That would be great.

 

For your information: It may be for some time before I will publish an article in the fountain pen magic blog. The last half year, I spent almost all my writing time on this blog. I have several other blogs and a stack of scribbles awaits its transformation into legible text. If I wait for too long, I forget what it was all about. It's not the first time.

 

Maybe, I can invite you to have a read of some of my other writing. I probably will announce it here as well, when I publish something.

 

By all means . . . on all counts :)

(just leave out my surname if that's okay)

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By all means . . . on all counts :)

(just leave out my surname if that's okay)

your surname? It isn't Mozart.... is it?

with kindness...

 

Amadeus W.
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Welcome and thank you for the blog which I've bookmarked to revisit as you have a LOT of information too much for my poor brain to take in 1 reading.

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Hello and welcome to FPN.
Interesting website. Thanks for your knowledge contribution.

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Welcome and thank you for the blog which I've bookmarked to revisit as you have a LOT of information too much for my poor brain to take in 1 reading.

:D Hey! It took me several years to learn it all and another lot of several years to write down what you see... and there is another lot, before it will be completed.

 

Thank you for taking the time... and if it feels ok, leave comments on the pages of my blog. Thanks :)

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Pen Engineer

Hello and welcome to FPN.

Interesting website. Thanks for your knowledge contribution.

Hi.... I am glad you like it. The blog is still in its growing phase...and every suggestion is appreciated. Good comments you can leave at my blog, corrections, better email them to me directly :)

with kindness...

 

Amadeus W.
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