Sakura

In the early 80’s, Sakura’s labs identified the need for an inexpensive drafting tool that used superior pigment instead of low-grade dye inks which led to the development of a specialized ink technology, Pigma® ink, which is used in their Micron®, Graphic and Brush pens. The submicron size of the pigment particles allows the ink to flow evenly through even the narrowest of pen nibs and Pigma ink continues to be the most reliable archival quality ink on the market, used by architects, calligraphers, scientists, artists, cartoonists, scrapbookers and more. They have also mastered gel ink technology in a variety of special effects and colours with their Gelly Roll range, and Pen-Touch paint markers allow permanent designs on a variety of surfaces.

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