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    Default Unknown Kit

    I have a couple of these kits in unmarked bags. Bought them them 2 - 3 years ago, and now have no idea what they are. Can anyone identify them?
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    Yep, they're invisible ink pens.

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    try posting a photo of them

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    Most likely "Home Brand"
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    Doh! forgot the attachment. It's now on the original post.
    Last edited by chrisb691; 22nd Apr 2011 at 06:35 PM. Reason: extra info
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    chrisb691, Its a CARBA-TEC pen 2 roller ball. I can't find instructions on their site, but I have a paper copy that came with my kits which I can scan and post a pic. Just let me know, if you need it.

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    Could possibly be called a "traditional" as well. 2 things that are important with this type is to make sure you glue up the cap tube with the slot at the cap end,it needs to be filed out carefully before assembly for the clip to fit into and the cap ends up flush. The plastic insert is screwed onto the cap screw to adjust the fit of the clip to the nib end , I think a philip head screwdriver does the trick Been a while since I did one of these ,but not too difficult ,makes a neat rollerball . Good luck John
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    Thanks guys.
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    Looks very similar to traditional roller but little different I think.

    Cheers Ian

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