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Old 10-11-2017, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default What nibs does Lazerlinez use?

I would like to know if Lazerlinez uses #5 Bock nibs or if their #5 nibs are compatible with Bock nibs.

I already contacted them but thought I might get a faster response from someone here.

Any help is appreciated.
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Additional question: Will a #5 Bock nib fit on a #5 Jowo feed and housing? Also... do my questions make any sense?
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Seth, if you pull up the instruction sheet it labels the nib as a Schmidt Nib and feed. Doesn't list size.

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Seth, if you pull up the instruction sheet it labels the nib as a Schmidt Nib and feed. Doesn't list size.

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Thanks Mr Vic. I've heard that Schmidt nibs come from either Bock or Jowo in Germany and I'm just trying to find out if I can swap the Schmidt out for a Bock nib.
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Seth,

I don't know about the Schmidt nibs that come in those kits, but the ones that I've purchased from Richard Greenwald are pretty much impossible to disassemble.

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I don't know about the Schmidt nibs that come in those kits, but the ones that I've purchased from Richard Greenwald are pretty much impossible to disassemble.

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These were not easy to disassemble either but it is doable if you use a cloth to grip the feed.
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Seth, if you pull up the instruction sheet it labels the nib as a Schmidt Nib and feed. Doesn't list size.

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/11...69031001194352
Thanks Mr Vic. I've heard that Schmidt nibs come from either Bock or Jowo in Germany and I'm just trying to find out if I can swap the Schmidt out for a Bock nib.
The answer is Roland, yes you can. A Bock is an excellent fit in a Schmidt housing and feed.
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Thank you Phil. That's what I needed to know.
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