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MikeBcn

Hello!

I couldn't find any photo or video with disassembling pen Pilot DPP-70 or DPP-100. 

I'd like to ask, can I replace the nib of DPP-70 or DPP-100 to the stub nib of Plumix?

May be someone has got this kind of pen and can tell me.

Thank you 

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A Smug Dill

I can't see why not, when one can do it with a Pilot P-DPP-1S desk pen.

 

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MikeBcn

Thank you for your answer.

Now I'm sure I can buy this pen and replace the nib to my favorite.

 

But is it your own photo?

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A Smug Dill
19 hours ago, MikeBcn said:

But is it your own photo?

It is. Does it matter, one way or the other?

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Chinchy
On 4/7/2021 at 5:39 AM, A Smug Dill said:

It is. Does it matter, one way or the other?

 

Sorry, this isn't related to the original topic at all. Just wanted to throw in that if you modify the crab legs just a little, you can get a better balance of objects on the claws, including for pens.  This is how I modified my Lego crab...

 

 

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A Smug Dill
On 4/26/2021 at 4:00 PM, Chinchy said:

Just wanted to throw in that if you modify the crab legs just a little, you can get a better balance of objects on the claws,

 

Well done! :D Did you have to harvest the pieces for elbow joints and forearms from another Lego set, though?

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On 4/6/2021 at 9:22 PM, A Smug Dill said:

I can't see why not, when one can do it with a Pilot P-DPP-1S desk pen.

 

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Sorry to go off topic as well but may I ask which Plumix nib that is please? I can't quite read the stamped text on the nib.

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1 hour ago, A Smug Dill said:

 

Well done! :D Did you have to harvest the pieces for elbow joints and forearms from another Lego set, though?

 

Yeah, I stole some parts from an old Mixels set, since those originated the mini-ball sockets.  It only took 2 pieces though, as the original undersea shark set has enough of the red 1x2 plates to flesh out the arms.

 

You can see the 3 pieces I added to each arm here.

 

 

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11 hours ago, PithyProlix said:

 

Sorry to go off topic as well but may I ask which Plumix nib that is please? I can't quite read the stamped text on the nib.

 

That's a Plumix M nib.

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