all plotter models:
Calcomp, Océ, Mutoh, Graphtec, Roland, ecc
displayed are HP type
pen has many advantages over a standard plotter pen.
It will never dry out and
can write at any angle, even upside down,
because it has been pressurized.
It will write under any condition: freezing cold and extreme
heat, at any angle (including upside-down), on wet surfaces
(even under water!) and on greasy surfaces.
is extremely long lasting because of a very high viscosity
plotter pen ink formula and a plotter pen point that features
a durable tungsten carbide ball and stainless steel socket
that have been machined to ultra high tolerances.
black ink and
all colors - adapters for many plotter models
are the main reasons why you should use Pressurized Plotter
Does not need to be capped
Writes at very high speeds, up to three meters per second
Writes longer distances because itís pressurized
Ultra-violet and silver inks are special options
This pen is unconditionally guaranteed
* Under water
* At any angle
* In freezing cold
* In burning heat
* On most smooth surfaces
* On coated papers
* On photographs
* On wet paper
* On X-rays
Also writes on mylar and vinyl
When NASA first started sending up astronauts, they quickly
discovered that ballpoint pens would not work in zero gravity.
To combat the problem, NASA scientists spent a decade
and $12 billion to develop a pen that writes in
zero gravity, upside down, underwater, on almost any surface
including glass and at temperatures ranging from below freezing
to 300 degrees C.
The Russians simply used a pencil!
Plotter Pens work in all of the major plotters. They are
ideal plotter pens for use in HP (Hewlett Packard), Lectra,
Gerber, Investronica, Zünd, Assyst-Bullmer, Kuris-Wastema,
Ioline, Mutoh, Roland and many other plotters. .
complete overview of which plotters work with which of our
Pressurized Plotter Pens