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" Do not overload the pen with ink, Having filled the pen, nearly close' the nibs and try the width of the line on a piece of paper or the margin of the drawing. Never refill or lay the pen aside without first cleaning it. "
Elements of Mechanical Drawing - Page 14
by Gardner Chace Anthony - 1894 - 98 pages
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Self-help Mechanical Drawing: An Educational Treatise

Nehemiah Hawkins - Mechanical drawing - 1902 - 328 pages
...them to go, but in penciling it is well to extend the lines, free up. Never use a scale for a ruler. Do not overload the pen with ink, Having filled the...and try the width of the line on a piece of paper or the margin of the drawing. Never refill or lay the pen aside without first cleaning it. The application...
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Self-help Mechanical Drawing: An Educational Treatise

Nehemiah Hawkins - Mechanical drawing - 1903 - 328 pages
...use a scale for a ruler. 131 ; this is useful when the paper is not large enough to show the whole. Do not overload the pen with ink. Having filled the...and try the width of the line on a piece of paper or the margin of the drawing. Never refill or lay the pen aside without first cleaning it. The application...
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The Progressive Machinist: A Practical and Educational Treatise, with ...

Nehemiah Hawkins - Machine-shop practice - 1903 - 362 pages
...them to go, but in penciling it is well to extend the lines, free up. Never use a scale for a ruler. Do not overload the pen with ink. Having filled the...and try the width of the line on a piece of paper or the margin of the drawing. Never refill or lay the pen aside without first cleaning it. "POINTS"...
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An Introduction to the Graphic Language: The Vocabulary, Grammatical ...

Gardner Chace Anthony - Mechanical drawing - 1922 - 188 pages
...their being perfectly clean. Do not overload the pen, \" of ink being sufficient for the ordinary pen. Having filled the pen, nearly close the nibs and try...vary the width of the line. The pen should be held by means of the thumb, first and second fingers, the thumbscrew being held from the body so as to be...
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