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World’s expensive pen?

A pen is a typical writing instrument that can be used to write or draw ink on a surface, generally paper. Early styles like reed pens, Quill types, dip types, or rule styles included little quantities of ink on a nib or a small void or cavity to be regularly loaded with an inkwell on the tip of a pen.  Such pens now have few specialist applications, such as in illustration and calligraphy.

The ball-point styles, rollerball styles, springs and dipped styles used to write have been replaced with felt styles and ceramic tip styles. Ruling plumbing that was utilized in technical drawing and mapping has been replaced by technical plumbing such as Rapidograph. All these current styles include internal ink storage tanks so that they don’t have to be inked during writing.

Amazing facts about pen

  • The average pen may write approximately 45,000 words before the ink is drained.
  • The ‘Nanofountain Sample’ is the world’s smallest pen. For nanoscale on-chip patterning, scientists employ it. Only 40 nanometers in width are the lines this technology makes.
  • In 2011 Acharya Makunuri Srinivasa has made the world’s largest ballpoint pen. The pen has a height of 5.5 meters and a weight of 37 kg. It has the world record for Guinness and is fully operational. It looks gorgeous besides that!
  • The first pen documents date from 3000 B.C. The first pens, which could write on Papyrus, were made by ancient Egyptians. They constructed styles of wood and bamboo straw and blended the ink with the beeswax from soot or ochre.
  • More than 2 billion pens a year are produced in the United States.
  • For the Apollo mission of 1968, Paul Fisher invented the Space Pen. It was certainly not a standard pen — the Space Pen featured cartridge ink that worked in zero gravity, underwater, upside down, and even on slick surfaces. It was not a regular pen. It lasted three times more than a conventional pen. This was not the only reason it could withstand extraordinary (-40°C to 120°C) temperatures.
  • Tibaldi’s Fulgor Nocturnus fountain pen is the most costly in the world. It comprises rubies and black diamonds and is worth 8 million dollars at a whopping price.
  • A standard BIC ballpoint pen can draw an approximately 2 km long line. This is six times higher than the Eiffel Tower height!
  • The President of the US always signs key documents with a separate pen. He never twice utilizes the same. He gives the stylus as a gift to supporters who helped him build the paper. This presidential pen is graved by the White House in advance.
  • Surveys show, of all promotional products worldwide, that promotional printed plumbing is the most common choice.
  • The first thing you write is your name if you hand a person a pen. Well, in 95% of situations at least. They will.
  • Gold nib fountain nibs can adjust for a while to your writing. Gold is a soft metal so that it fits nicely with the writer.


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