Tired of writing on glass -- better Wacom pen?

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  1. curtissh

    curtissh Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Well, shoot. The replacement nib set didn't fit. The nibs are too large in diameter (and slightly longer in length). Back to the drawing board. Maybe I'll spring for a Samsung Note 10.1 stylus.
     
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    You could try using some mid grade production paper on one sacrificial nib to reduce the diameter and a scalpel to cut down the length provided you keep it square.
     
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    Already returned to Amazon. Incidentally, is "production paper" what we call sandpaper in the U.S.?
     
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    Production paper is normally used in car body shops much of it can be used wet and dry. It would be better to use in this case because sand/glass paper would shed nasty grit particles which could scratch the screen if it were embedded in the nib material. 3M products
     
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    Son of a gun. Learn something new every day. Thanks!
     
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