Rapidograph 101

I’m creating a short video course on how to use and take care of these gorgeous but complicated technical pens.

When I restarted to studying Civil Engineering, I needed to have a functional set of rapidographs. I already had one I bought a lot of years ago, so to make sure they would function when I needed them to, I gave them general maintenance.

They were like new and I saved a lot of money by not getting a new set!

I want to share what I did with my rapidographs to make them work even though I stopped using them for years so you can clean yours and keep creating your work or art. ❤

I’ll launch this short video course on April 2017!

If you want me to keep you posted, follow my journey over here. You’ll be the first one to know when it’s ready! 😉

I still don’t want to reveal many details about it just yet but if one thing I can promise you is it doesn’t matter how long you stopped using these, they will work if you follow this short video course!

The benefit I have experienced of using this very method is I saved a lot of money by taking care of them myself instead of throwing them away and buying a new set.

If you’re an artist, engineering student or architect student you definitely need to know how to take care of all your tools. ❤ And these rapidographs are a very tricky tool!

I hope you found this method as useful as it has been useful for me all these years!

Here I go! 🙂

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PIITster. Diploma in Economics and Business. 6th best Discus Thrower in Central America. 5x Discus National Winner (El Salvador). Civil Engineering Sophomore. Yogini. Small Product Lab Winner. Author of The Mini-Guide for Writing a Super Complete Post in 20 Minutes. 5x Shotput National Winner (El Salvador). Business Management Junior.