How does a Fountain Pen Work?


A fountain pen works just like any other type of pen. Inside the pen is a tube casing of ink that flows to the opening point of the pen.
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How Does a Fountain Pen Work?
Although fountain pens may seem quaint to many people, they actually represented a big advance on the pens that came before them. Before fountain pens, people relied on dip pens, quill pens, reeds and brushes. All of these needed to be recharged with ink... More »
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Lewis Waterman invented the feed that holds the ink inside a fountain pen. Lewis came up with the idea after having a horrible experience with a pen that leaked and losing a contract
1. Look at the nib of the fountain pen. A stylograph doesn't feature a true nib, but has a thin steel wire that extends through the pen and out the tip. A safety pen contains a retractable
1 Decide on what type of fountain pen you have: Cartridges: Has cartridges to fit into the pen Lever: Has a lever in the middle of the pen to compress sac Plunger: Unscrews end of
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