Well it depends on the type of pen, for most pens it is called a ball point because there is a little ball at the tip of the pen.
A felt tip pen is 'un feutre' or 'un crayon feutre' in French.
The tip of a writer's quill is call the 'nib.'
A Felt Tip pen has a tip that draws the ink from the pen and thru the tip onto the paper. A ball point pen has a metal time that houses a ball. When you press down on the tip and move it, the ball rolls and draws the ink from the pen and rolls it over to the paper.
the felt tip pen was invented in the 1940s
the end of the pen that is the smallest
A pen that has a slanted tip.
In the tip there is a ball, as you move the pen, it rotates and gets coated in ink.
A Ballpoint pen is called "ein Kugelschreiber" or "ein Kulli" (for short). A fountain pen is called "eine Füllfeder". A marker or felt tip pen is called "ein Filzstift" A pencil is called "ein Bleistift". The word "Stift" is sometimes used for many writing implements in certain contexts.
In 1962 the first felt-tip pen was invented in Japan by Yukio Horie.
A quill tip pen is a pen that is made from the flight feather of a large bird. Quill pens were used from the 6th to 19th century.
Ball (ball point pen).
If your 'point' is to ask what the sharp end of a pen is then I get your 'point' .
a spring pushes the tip upward while a flexible tab locks it in place
For ball-point pens, the tip of the pen is actually made of a ball bearing, and so the tip of the ball-point pen would be a point until it is worn or not manufactured properly, in which case it might be abit flattened.
The tip of the pen is the top because that's where you would put the pen cap
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ball-point pen: sphere
This could vary depending on the pen, but it would most likely be a right, circular cone, frequently with the tip removed.
a pen has a little ball at the tip that collects ink inside the pen and ditributes it onto paper.....
The tip of nib of the pen has a slit. Because it gets the ink through slit under the capillarity action. In this action ink move through the slit on the nib of the pen. Which makes it to write.
The Felt Tip Pen was invented by Yukio Horie in 1940. Yukio Horie was born on February 11, 1947.
It gets your pen ink to come out. The ink can be clogged and / or / become dry.
A pen which has a tiny ball on the tip of the ink to spread the ink out evenly.
feutre\ means felt tip pen
a felt tip pen
a felt tip pen
The tip of your pen!
In 1964 the porous-point or "felt-tip" pen was developed in Japan. Papermate's Flair model was among the first felt-tip pens to hit the U.S. market in the 1960s
felt tip pens. Ans. 2 A felt tip pen in French is 'un feutre'. Un stylo is a pen, most often a ball-point.
At first it was a quill, (feather with a pointy tip and ink on it) now its, well, a pen
That depends on pen. There are many models manufactured with different ball sizes.
it is made out of felt
Get the tip slightly wet and/or shake it
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the answer to this qustion depends on whether or not you want a retractable stylus. for a non-retractable stylus get a gel pen. what you will need to do is take the pen apart and cut the knob of the ds stylus. it should look like a stick shaped stylus and should be able to fit into the pen if the stylus is too short/long; i would cut it down to the right lenght. after… Read More
A sphere perhaps
its called the top of the pen or ball point pen hope it helped
Pen is called "kalam" in Hindi.
Inside the tip of a ball point pen is an actual ball that rolls across the surface of whatever you may be writing upon and this motion distributes ink from a reservoir in the shape of a tube which is gravity fed. There is also a ball point pen which does not need gravity to work, which was made for astronauts to use in space.
A sheep pen is called just a "pen." The larger pens or multiple pens together is called a stockyard.
Definutly the marker. It is most likely felt tipped where as a pen is most likely ball point. The felt tip will dry out the fastest. Definutly the marker. It is most likely felt tipped where as a pen is most likely ball point. The felt tip will dry out the fastest. Definutly the marker. It is most likely felt tipped where as a pen is most likely ball point. The felt tip will dry… Read More
Not quickly, no. but in time it does.
10 times smaller than a pen tip
you can lick the tip of it or take it apart , & it should work!(:
taureau pointe du stylet XD
Ball point pen is called ball pen in India
Because it is a pen drive.
No its not. A felt tip pen is like a pen only with felt a calligraphy pens have metal tips or nibs that are flat and of various widths. In recent years there have been felt tipped caligraphy pens introduced that also have flat tips as opposed to the traditional pointed tips used for convential writing.
The tip of a mountain is called a peak.