Divided into dipping fountain pens, tap fountain pens, and ink sac fountain pens.
A fountain pen is a pen-type writing tool that mainly uses metal as the body of the pen. It is filled with ink (mostly black or blue) through a hollow pen tube, and through the action of gravity and capillary, and then through the duckbill pen tip to write, the writing is light and heavy. No, it can be said to be a writing tool for Western calligraphy.
Most fountain pens can be refilled with ink, and generally use small bottles or straws such as eye drops to fill the ink. The earliest historical record of water storage fountain pens can be traced back to the 10th century, and this earliest water storage fountain pen has been used until the 18th century.