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Old 04-27-2016, 01:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default First Bulb Filler Kitless Fountain pen

Hello everyone, I got quite comfortable making kit less and decided i wanted to make something other than a cartridge converter pen. I had this Butterscotch acrylic laying around and ended up making this pen. Pen works well and fills smoothly. Holds right at 3ml of ink so it has a very large capacity! Cannot wait to include this in some of my other models. Let me know what you think!
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That looks great - and nice to see someone branching out into a different type of kitless. I'm a long way from this yet! Very nice pen indeed.
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Nice going !!! . Where did you buy the bulb filler ?
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I love the material, the shape of the pen and the bulb filler! Awesome!
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That is sharp looking. Some day I will venture into kitless pens. It is a bit intimidating for a new guy like me.
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I got the sac for the bulb from Richard greenwalds. Kitless can be intimidating but give it a try! I jumped right into kitless but had a machining background. There is a lot of information on here and lots of people to assist so ask questions and have at it! And thanks sandsini, you have some quality work from what I have seen as well!
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