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Old 11-23-2016, 01:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a client that needs to know if the Art Deco Nib can be exchanged easily? I have never handled that kit so I cant say definitely that it will. It should but I need someone who has made the kit or has one to verify it. My client wants to exchange the nib with a Jowo #6 nib with her clients logo on it. It should just be pull the one from the kit out and push the replacement in . I appreciate any insight or experience you can share.
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I guess I need to know if its a size #6 or #5 nib also.
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I seem to recall the Art Deco has a nib that appears to be a #5, but they are not a #5. A standard #5 nib falls out of the feed assembly. I did not try to put a #6 nib in this pen.

This pen uses the nibs from Penn State that are not #5 or #6.
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My client called Pen State Ind. and asked. They say its a #5 but of their own design. I have shipped my client a #5 Jowo feed and nib assembly so they can try it and see for themselves.
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You likely can make that mod. It's not something the end user can do.
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