Pen Tuning

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Adding a Ball Agitator to a Converter 

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Fine tuning and Adjusting a Nib

Fine-tuning a Fountain Pen      
Fine-tuning a Fountain Pen (2nd example)

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Getting rid of baby’s bottom on a nib

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Hero 616 Nib Regrind “Terminator Style” 
How to get rid of baby’s bottoms on a nib
How To Make Pen Flush

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Ink Blobbing Pen Diagnosis and Treatment

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Lubricating a Converter That Cannot be Disassembled 

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Making a Pen a Bit Wetter  

Making a Nib a Bit Drier
Making a High end Pen a Bit Wetter 

Making a Nib Wetter in Seconds

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Nib Smoothing

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Resaccing a Sheaffer Aerometric Converter
Removing baby’s bottoms from an expensive pen
Reversing Making a Nib a Bit Wetter in Seconds  

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Servicing a Parker Slide Type Converter 

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Taking Care of a Broken Inner Cap  

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  • Ethan

    Hi Stephen,
    I am a recent convert to fountain pens, due largely to your videos and the online community of fountain pen users. I checked out your website after seeing the introduction video you posted. I clicked on a link I found interesting and discovered that the link was not properly configured! I went through this page and checked all the links – the ones that did not work properly I listed below, hopefully it will help allow you to fix them more easily when you are able to do so.

    Thank you for creating great content!
    -Ethan
    NC, USA

    Broken Links on this page:
    Fine-Tuning a Fountain Pen (2nd Example)
    Ink Blobbing Pen Diagnosis and Treatment
    Making a Nib a Bit Drier
    Make a Nib Wetter in Seconds
    Nib Smoothing

    • sbrebrown

      The links should be fixed, thank you!