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With most fountain pens, adjusting the rate of inkflow usually comes down to adjusting the fit of the feed (the plastic piece that lies against the nib) to the nib. The bigger the airgap between the two, the faster the inkflow will be, and the smaller the airgap, the slower the inkflow. However, while it's typically very easy to adjust for more inkflow, ...


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