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Quills were used for writing with ink before the invention of the dip pen


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Quills were used for writing with ink before the invention of the dip pen

  1. 1. Now I’m going to tell you about the past Quills were used for writing with ink before the invention of the dip pen, the metal-nibble pen, the fountain pen, and, eventually, the ballpoint pen. The hand-cut goose quill is still used as a calligraphy tool, however rarely because many papers are now derived from wood pulp and wear down the quill very quickly. It is still the tool of choice for a few professionals and provides an unmatched sharp stroke as well as greater flexibility than a steel pen.Now I’m going to tell you the today pen that we use. They are abig different. We can push it on in off. The origin of theretractable pen is controversial. The Frawley Pen Company,founded in 1949 by Patrick J. Frawley, has claimed to make the"first pen with a retractable ballpoint tip" in 1950. However ithas also been claimed that in Japan, the Pilot Pen was introducedas the first retractable fountain pen, and remains a popularproduct in the Pilot-Namiki line. The Vanishing Pens, made bythe Namiki Manufacturing Company from 1964, claim to be the"only click-retractable fountain pen in the business”.
  2. 2. Now I’m going to tell you about the future pens. Find yourself hankering for a little snack during the middle of school day? Wishing you just had a little something to tide you over untildinner? How about a pen? While you’ve probably alreadyconsidered gnawing on your writing utensil, or perhaps youalready possess an array of half-masticated pens (guilty!), whatwould you say to a fully functioning pen made out of candy?Heck yes! And you can thank kaneisha fielder, a design studentfrom the tacs such a brilliant product. While lamenting theunclean state of my own writing apparatus, fielder set out todesign a pen worth chewing on. My pens consist of twenty-twopieces of chewy candy pieces in a range of flavours likewatermelon, kiwi and banana. The candy doesn’t stick or melt inyour hands (think of it as a stack of those rocket candies popularat Halloween) and the ink itself is even edible. The candy usedto make the pen is rather like that used in candynecklaces. Call now 215, 629, 6713