After first testing the functionality of a wooden nib in the tablet pen, we made several iterations of the wooden nib. Problems that arose in this stage includes getting the pen to grip the nib, but without constantly triggering its pressure sensor. Nibs of a slightly too small diameter ended up falling out from the pen, and nibs of a slightly too large diameter jammed the pressure sensor on the pen, making the tablet constantly receive the "click"/"draw" signal. After a few tests, we ended up with a wooden nib with a round chisel tip, carved from one piece of dowel rod, since tests showed that glued chisel tips are not reliable when the pressure needed to scratch is applied.
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