by Heart of Oak
History of Writing Pens
If you’re in the market for a writing pen today, then you have no shortage of options. You can choose to fountain pens, roller pens, ballpoint pens, fountain pens, gel ink pens, ballpoint pens antler and many other styles of pens. Not only do you have a wide choice of styles of pens, but you also have a wide variety of manufacturers. Some of the best known brands of pen ago Parker pens, Waterman pens, Cross pens, Mont Blanc pens, Bic pens and a number of others, including ballpoint pens antler Hand carved. Nobody gives credit to small enclosures that this writing instrument is due; if you think about it the humble pen is writing history every day. Leave a trace of human culture in all that follow. Think about how much easier a time, the cave man would have had if he had only a pen.
Speaking of Cavemen, the history of writing pen way back in 3000 BC when they were manufactured from rods of bamboo and reeds. The origin of the word “pen” is derived from the Latin word “penna” meaning of feathers. Early civilizations feathers widely used in civilizations, including their use as writing instruments at the beginning. The best feathers to use for the pens are large birds, like a swan or goose. The pen has started to develop the instrument we know today when LE Waterman invented the venerable pen. He then developed a little further when Laszlo Biro bearings incorporated in the design and invented the ballpoint pen in 1944. The next step in the evolution of the felt pen was invented by a Tokyo company shutdown in 1960.
The chronology of the history of writing pens for several thousand years is long. Let’s look at some milestones:
• 4000 years BC old man scratched pictures clay with a wooden stick.
• 3000 years BC Egyptians started using reeds and feathers to make entries.
• 1300 BC the Romans used a metal rod to print on sheets of wax.
• Middle Ages. Anglo-Saxons used a wax crayon to write on wooden bars.
• 600-1800 AD Europeans have begun to improve the earlier designs. The plume appeared for the first time in Spain and was the writing instrument of choice for the next 1200 years.
• 1790 pencil was invented by the French.
• 1800-1850ies. A first version of a metal fountain pen was invented in 1803.
• 1943 – The invention of what we now call the ballpoint pen is credited by Laszlo and George Biro.
• 1953 the first mass production and economic ball arrived on the scene made by the company Bic. Bic pens are still one of the most cost-feathers on the market today and are extremely popular.
• 1960 – felts become fashionable.
• 1980 – Not content with technology ballpoint pens roller ball arrived that the new technology and produces a feeling clean and smooth action.
• 1990 – Gel ink pens arrived on the scene and proceeds to improve the flow and feel to the pen.
Whenever we believe that the pen is as good as it is, the technology shows us the opposite. It is difficult to predict what the next 50 years will enable us write technology.
JP TIME TV is a popular Japanese language show on Hong Kong’s aTV network. Hong Kong viewers can watch it on aTV World (Digital 16) and aTV HD (Digital 16). Clips can also be found on www.jptime.tv This episode… Chapter 1 – The most popular Japan product in the world. How it was born, the history of the inventor! Japanavi! Made in Japan! Pilot “Frixion Erasable Rollerball Pen” Visit the JP TIME website at www.jptime.tv (c)2005-2009 R by R Production
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