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Unusual Ballpoints
Space Pens, or pressurized pens, are a technological novelty. Take, for example, the Fisher Space Pen. A space pen's ink reservoir is pressurized (~40 lb/sq. in.), and the ink is ...
How ballpoint pen is made? - History, Background, Raw materials, The manufacturing process
A ballpoint pen is a writing instrument which features a tip that is automatically refreshed with ink. It consists of a precisely formed metal ball seated in a socket below ...
Word Origin: envelope
Long before 1988, in the early years after World War II, push the envelope was on the cutting edge (1951) of aviation. It referred to the envelope, or limit of ...
How expanded polystyrene foam (epf) is made? - Background, Raw materials, Design, The manufacturing process of expanded polystyrene foam (epf)
Expanded polystyrene foam (EPF) is a plastic material that has special properties due to its structure. Composed of individual cells of low density polystyrene, EPF is extraordinarily light and can ...
fountain pen
A fountain pen is a pen that contains a reservoir of water-based liquid ink. The ink is fed to the nib through a "feed" via a combination of gravity and ...
Stapler
A stapler is a tool that combines together sheets of paper or other materials by driving a thin metal staple through the sheets and folding over the ends to secure ...
The Great Eraser Caper
Factoid #1: A lot of erasers are made by pencils manufacturers! That makes sense, since we think of the eraser as a regular component of the everyday pencil. But pencils ...
About Envelope
An envelope is a packaging product, usually made of flat, planar material such as paper or cardboard, and designed to contain a flat object, which in a postal-service context is ...
A Note About Pencils
A Pencil is the most widely used writing and drawing instrument in the world. People use pencils to write words, numbers, music, and poetry, and to draw pic­tures, plans, maps, ...
The history of the ballpoint pen
In 1879 in Providence, Rhode Island, Alonzo T. Cross invented the stylographic fountain pen, a precursor of the ball-point pen. He engaged in competition with Duncan Mackinnon, the other stylographic ...
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