Assembly Systems for Writing Instruments
- Lead Pencils
- Ballpoint Pens and Rollerballs
- Felt-tip Pens and Fibre-tip Pens
- Other (Wax Crayons, Brushes, Styluses)
Writing instruments are used to apply ink, India ink or graphite to a writing medium. They are characterised by a thin elongated design in order to be held and guided comfortably while writing. Typical examples are lead pens (pencils, wooden crayons), feather pens (fountain pens), felt-tip pens (highlighters), ballpoint pens and rollerballs, but also brushes, grips, wax crayons and even blackboard chalk. For more writing comfort, variants for right- and left-handers are available. Wooden crayons, for example, can also be used for painting, pencils for drawing.
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