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Rotating nib - Pro Pen 2 vs Intuos Pen

Intuos, Intuos Pro, Bamboo, Graphire, etc.
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Rotating nib - Pro Pen 2 vs Intuos Pen

Postby damian151614 » Tue 14. Mar 2017, 20:34

Does your nib loosely set in Pro Pen 2 like that?


Intuos Pen nibs are hardly set in pens that prevents rotations.

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Re: Rotating nib - Pro Pen 2 vs Intuos Pen

Postby PGross1 » Thu 16. Mar 2017, 07:25

Mine did that too. I dipped the part of the nib that goes in the pen into some fingernail polish a few times (letting it dry between coats) until they were thick enough to fit well in the pen but not so snug it affects the pressure. They've worked fine after that.

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Re: Rotating nib - Pro Pen 2 vs Intuos Pen

Postby ngowalde » Fri 24. Mar 2017, 10:16

Yes it does.! And I don´t know why the pen2 nibs are worn down so much faster then all intuos I had before, when I hardly had to replace them maybe after a year. Now my nib is gone after a couple of days.

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