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How to get started with indian eye dropper pens as a newbie?


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2 hours ago, Spatil said:

Then I would refrain from it. And I don't know if it's me not, since the two days I first inked up this pen it's flow has increased a little and haven't noticed the nib dragging feel (can paper act as polishing agent, need clarification). Maybe it's the breakout period I heard?

The increased ink flow acts as a lubricant between the tipping and the paper. That's why it feels smoother. Priming the feed might have did the trick. Paper isn't hard enough to grind the tipping(in moh's scale of hardness, the nib tipping is between 7 and 8, for some context, glass is between 5 and 6).

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29 minutes ago, Aravind_2310 said:

The increased ink flow acts as a lubricant between the tipping and the paper. That's why it feels smoother. Priming the feed might have did the trick. Paper isn't hard enough to grind the tipping(in moh's scale of hardness, the nib tipping is between 7 and 8, for some context, glass is between 5 and 6).

Good to know.

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