technical pencils for students, architects, fine artists

Mechanical pencil

Mechanical pencils are frequently used because they are reliable, erasable, cheaply refilled and therefore a very sustainable product. Fine lead pencils can be used for drafting, sketching and drawing or writing quick notes. Many illustrators are using mechanical pencils for drafting their art before finishing it with india ink. In the wide assortment of mechanical pencils you also find propelling pencils which are as easy to write with as with normal mechanical pencils.
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2 Line width
Mechanical pencil TK-FINE Vario L
Faber-Castell - TK-Fine 9713 mechanical pencil, 0.35 mm
4 Line width
Mechanical pencil TK-FINE 9713
Faber-Castell - TK 9400 clutch pencil, HB, Ø 2 mm
3 Degree of hardness
Clutch pencil TK 9400 2mm
Faber-Castell - TK 9400 clutch pencil, 4B, Ø 3.15 mm
3 Degree of hardness
Clutch pencil TK 9400 3.15mm
Faber-Castell - TK 4600 clutch pencil, Ø 2 mm
TK 4600 clutch pencil, Ø 2 mm

More Information about Faber-Castell's mechanical pencils

TK Fine mechanical pencils

The proven mechanical pencil TK-Fine is ideally suited to precise drawing. They had been developed for architects and artists with the highest demands on precision and quality. You can choose between four line thicknesses: the 0.35 mm lead for extra fine drawing, the 0.5 mm lead for fine drawing, the 0.7 mm lead for particularly break-resistant drawing or the 1.0 mm lead for extra wide drawing. The lead can of course be fully retracted.

Design mechanical pencils

Our premiun finewriting range also contains fine propelling pencils in different shapes and premium materials including pencils with a wooden barrel. The length of the lead can mechanically adjusted by twisting the endcap of the pencil. The lead can have different thicknesses: While the AMBITION propelling pencil comes with 0,7mm leads, the e-motion mechanical penil contains a 1,4mm lead, which is more robust.