Re: [NTLK] Newton's HWR [WAS: "Re: Newton reclassification"]

From: Adam Goddard <>
Date: Sat Apr 28 2007 - 11:35:54 EDT

On 28/04/2007, at 7:33 PM, Steven Scotten wrote:
> I don't know that this will necessarily work for you, but try a
> Rotring 600 if you can find one in a fine or extra-fine point. It's a
> stiff nib and lays down a very consistent line. In an extra-fine
> point you could almost use it in place of a Rapidograph. Or you
> couldn't go very wrong with a Rotring Initial Data Point, which you
> can use with your Newt, too! (see? I brought it back on-topic!)
Yeah, I have a couple of Rotring 600's and the Rotring mechanical
pencils, those are for proper drawing. For notes I just use the
Artline 0.2mm. I was gonna get one of the Rotring Scribers (like a
mini electronic plotter), but I can just stick to writing by hand. :)

   - Adam Goddard

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