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Xrays Of Montblanc



omarcenaro

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I know many of y'all have stayed up at night thinking "I wonder what a Montblanc looks like when x-rayed". Well, I am here today to finally answer this age old question, lol. As I am the Chief (and the Indian) of Radiology where I work I said lets do it. Actually, several times during the week I fire a test shot of the x-ray equipment after its been restarted or calibrated in the morning in order to confirm that its ready to shot during the day. Usually I shot my Iphone or keys. Today I had my 147 Traveller that had not been inked up yet and thought lets tested on that. Well, here are the results:

 

Montblanc 147 Traveller

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Posted

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Nib

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Hope y'all enjoyed that. As I bring in other pens I will xrays them as well.

Cheer,

Ozzy

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Nice contrast. It's pretty remarkable that you can seen the Montblanc name on the cartridge carrier, given that the amount of metal removed is so negligible.

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Nice contrast. It's pretty remarkable that you can seen the Montblanc name on the cartridge carrier, given that the amount of metal removed is so negligible.

I thought the same thing. Actually I thought that the metal parts would just show up as white because the xrays would not have penetrated the metal. However the xray photons went through some of the metal (represented as black) in the nib and carrier so that is why we can read it.

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Barry Gabay

Thank you, Doc Ozzy. I love this kind of behavior, especially while at work! We need more of it! Eager for you to show us more fountain pen porn. Thanks again. Best wishes, Barry

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Fun to see the innards of this particular pen. Thank you for sharing. What's the next pen for tomorrow?

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wow! great!

 

Is there a way for you to get a 1912 or 1914? That would be amazing!

I only have a few Montblancs. But if someone would like to send me a 1912/1914 etc I will gladly xray them and send back.

None of us knows how long he shall live or when his time will come. But soon all that will be left of our brief lives is the pride our children feel when they speak our names.

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Oh, now that is so cool, but is it now radioactive?!?

Lol, no. If not I would already be glowing. The majority of the x-ray photons pass through the object, no radioactivity is left.

None of us knows how long he shall live or when his time will come. But soon all that will be left of our brief lives is the pride our children feel when they speak our names.

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So you've found a way to convert your MB 147 Traveller into a Skeleton? ;)

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Finally an easy to see how much ink you have left! LOL

Love the Pictures! Thanks!

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