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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

דיו לנצח

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Did anyone here used דיו לנצח and if yes ,how was the experience and outcome ?
Is it shiny or not ?does it flow easily ? and so on.
  

14 comments:

  1. The latest version of דיו לנצח is #295. It writes very well.
    Here is one Mezuzah written with דיו לנצח
    http://www.2all.co.il/web/Uploads/Forum/178633_%28519%29.jpg

    The ink flows well, is extremely black, and is shiny.

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    2. Beautiful! Is this your ksav?

      Also, can you share what changed? I have some old Dyo Lanetzach somebody gave me and it flows well but is a dull black, not shiny.

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    3. This is not my ktav.
      The shine depends a lot on the exact type of עשן used. I stopped using the non-shiny עשן and replaced it with a kind that maintains a nice shine and is also a stronger and darker black.

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    4. What does your dyo cost? I'm looking to finally start practicing tzurat ha'otiot with practice klaf and dyo, but as I'm not yet writing sta"m, I have to pay attention to cost, rather than kashrut.

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    5. In the US it costs $33 for a 130g bottle. Shipping in the US is free.
      In other counties you add only the actual shipping cost.
      In Israel - contact one of the sellers listed here.
      You can also email me at the email listed here.
      http://dio-lanetzach.blogspot.com/2012/09/yatzil.html

      The cost of the ink is nothing compared to all other expenses involved in the profession of STAM.

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  2. I have been using it for about three years now. I have been quite satisfied. I find it to flow much better than others and mechikos are much less cumbersome.

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  3. I have been using it for about three years now. I have been quite satisfied. I find it to flow much better than others and mechikos are much less cumbersome.

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  4. I just checked a pair of tefilin 34 mm yad and 24 mm rosh -it was beautiful-I didnt even realize it was dio lanetzach until the sofer tod me

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  5. I have been using it for about 5 years, it takes time to get used to it, but the results are amazing: very black letters, crack proof, water proof. Since I started to use it it's only getting better, the last bottle I got was #286 and it was very good, looking forward to get the latest version #295.

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