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IPG Nibs – What Does IPG Really Mean?

Posted by on Sep 22 2009, in Articles

Hi Pen Fans…

I’m have another article completed.

This time, I’m covering IPG nibs.

Click Here for the IPG Nib Article

Brian at Edison

Comments

  • Arabella68

    I have recently read a book on this topic which http://www.pdfqueen.com found at pdf search engine on ebooks and must admit that from your article I’ve learned much new and interesting. Thanks!

  • Jean Forest

    Brian,
    You wrote "I’m have another…"
    That’s all!

    Jean

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  • […] The nibs you see here are the ‘new’ Taccia nibs, which are actually the exact same as what Taccia’s been using for a while, but now they are engraved with the Taccia logo. The old nibs are the exact same, but with ‘Iridium Point Germany’ (known as IPG) on them instead of the logo. Here’s a great article from Brian Gray about IPG nibs. […]

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