Difference between revisions of "Roman Harvest"

From IAP-Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
en>Randyrls
(Created page with '== <span class="mw-headline">General Information </span> == [[|]] == <span class="editsection">[[[../../../../index.php?title=Baron&action=edit&section=2|edit]]]</span> <span cl...')
 
en>Randyrls
Line 1: Line 1:
== <span class="mw-headline">General Information  </span> ==
+
== <span class="mw-headline">General Information  </span>  ==
[[|]]
 
== <span class="editsection">[[[../../../../index.php?title=Baron&action=edit&section=2|edit]]]</span> <span class="mw-headline"> Alternative Names </span> ==
 
  
There are several names for the Baron from different suppliers. [[../../../../../wiki/Navigator|Navigator]] from Woodcraft
+
<br>
[[|]]
 
== <span class="editsection">[[[../../../../index.php?title=Baron&action=edit&section=3|edit]]]</span> <span class="mw-headline"> Bushing Sizes  </span> ==
 
[[|]]
 
== <span class="editsection">[[[../../../../index.php?title=Baron&action=edit&section=4|edit]]]</span> <span class="mw-headline"> Tube Length(s)  </span> ==
 
[[|]]
 
== <span class="editsection">[[[../../../../index.php?title=Baron&action=edit&section=5|edit]]]</span> <span class="mw-headline"> Sources  </span> ==
 
  
Arizona Silhouette (AS) sells this pen as the Baron.&nbsp; AS&nbsp;has the pen in Titanium Gold, but the Navigator from Woodcraft is standard Gold plated.
+
== &nbsp; <span class="editsection" /><span class="mw-headline">Alternative Names </span> ==
[[|]]
 
== <span class="editsection">[[[../../../../index.php?title=Baron&action=edit&section=6|edit]]]</span> <span class="mw-headline"> Assembly tips </span> ==
 
  
The roller ball version of the Baron has a spring to keep the ink fill extended.&nbsp; On some Barons the spring is small enough to fall out.&nbsp; Newer ones have a larger spring that can be pressed in, but will not fall out.&nbsp; If you are concerned, a drop of Locktite inside the finial will keep the spring in place.&nbsp; CA can be used but be careful about fogging.&nbsp; You can also expand the diameter of the spring to keep it in place.  
+
There are several names for the Baron from different suppliers.&nbsp;
[[|]]
+
 
== <span class="editsection">[[[../../../../index.php?title=Baron&action=edit&section=7|edit]]]</span> <span class="mw-headline"> Common Pitfalls  </span> ==
+
== &nbsp; <span class="editsection" /><span class="mw-headline">Bushing Sizes  </span>  ==
 +
 
 +
<br>
 +
 
 +
== <span class="editsection" /><span class="mw-headline">Tube Length(s)  </span>  ==
 +
 
 +
<br>
 +
 
 +
== &nbsp; <span class="editsection" /><span class="mw-headline">Sources  </span>  ==
 +
 
 +
Arizona Silhouette (AS) sells this pen as the Baron.&nbsp; AS&nbsp;has the pen in Titanium Gold, but the Navigator from Woodcraft is standard Gold plated. [[|]]
 +
 
 +
== &nbsp; <span class="editsection" /><span class="mw-headline">Assembly tips  </span>  ==
 +
 
 +
The roller ball version of the Baron has a spring to keep the ink fill extended.&nbsp; On some Barons the spring is small enough to fall out.&nbsp; Newer ones have a larger spring that can be pressed in, but will not fall out.&nbsp; If you are concerned, a drop of Locktite inside the finial will keep the spring in place.&nbsp; CA can be used but be careful about fogging.&nbsp; You can also expand the diameter of the spring to keep it in place. [[|]]  
 +
 
 +
== &nbsp; <span class="editsection" /><span class="mw-headline">Common Pitfalls  </span> ==

Revision as of 03:05, 7 February 2012

General Information


  Alternative Names

There are several names for the Baron from different suppliers. 

  Bushing Sizes


Tube Length(s)


  Sources

Arizona Silhouette (AS) sells this pen as the Baron.  AS has the pen in Titanium Gold, but the Navigator from Woodcraft is standard Gold plated. [[|]]

  Assembly tips

The roller ball version of the Baron has a spring to keep the ink fill extended.  On some Barons the spring is small enough to fall out.  Newer ones have a larger spring that can be pressed in, but will not fall out.  If you are concerned, a drop of Locktite inside the finial will keep the spring in place.  CA can be used but be careful about fogging.  You can also expand the diameter of the spring to keep it in place. [[|]]

  Common Pitfalls