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Old 11-21-2017, 10:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Assuming the problem is some metal chips, burrs, or specks inside the nib, I have had to use a very thin mandrel to remove a burr or two inside the nib. Happens to me once every 100 pens.
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Old 11-22-2017, 05:40 AM   #12 (permalink)
 
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One other factor that certainly may not apply here.

Writing with different types of pen refills is a different experience. For me writing with a rollerball is designed to be a lighter handed smoother experience than a ballpoint. As much pressure on the tip is not intended for positive results.

By the way I love the triton pen kit. It is a classy pen. Show us a pic of yours.

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One other factor that certainly may not apply here.

Writing with different types of pen refills is a different experience. For me writing with a rollerball is designed to be a lighter handed smoother experience than a ballpoint. As much pressure on the tip is not intended for positive results.

By the way I love the triton pen kit. It is a classy pen. Show us a pic of yours.
Talltim, like you asked ;)
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Well done. I like the antiqued look of your certificate.
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Well done. I like the antiqued look of your certificate.
Thank you
To be honest, the certificates comes with the wood when I order it... ;-)
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Nice looking pen. I like the Triton (and Atrax if I want the hardware all one color) a lot. It's my favorite kit in that price range.
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The spring that comes with the Triton kit is too short. I have had to replace all of my Triton springs with longer replacement ones I get from Exotic Blanks. The springs that come with those kits are just too springy.
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