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= Transmission Adjustment  =
 
= Transmission Adjustment  =
  
There is also a way to pull out a pressed in transmission which does not involve removing the nib.  Drill a hole in a scrap of pen blank that closely fits the transmission.  You will have to take into account the kerf of whatever saw you will be using to cut the piece in the next step AND the narrower the saw kerf, the better.  For a 7mm transmission, the diameter closely matches a letter "D" drill bit.   
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There is also a way to pull out the transmission which does not involve removing the nib.  Drill a hole in a scrap of pen blank that closely fits the transmission.  You will have to take into account the kerf of whatever saw you will be using to cut the piece in the next step AND the narrower the saw kerf, the better.  For a 7mm transmission, the diameter closely matches a letter "D" drill bit.   
  
 
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