Custom Marker

You should be aware of the two most common types of custom markers on the market before purchasing those brightly colored ones.

A wide range of materials can be written on with wet-erase markers, also known as wet wipe markers because they can be used on any non-porous surface. Wet-erase ink, on the other hand, differs significantly from standard dry-erase markers in several key ways. Wet erase pens, on the other hand, use a paste instead of an alcohol-based ink, making the markings semi-permanent. These markings cannot be erased with a normal whiteboard eraser but can be easily removed by wiping the board with a wet cloth. Using wet-erase markings with illuminated marker boards or projector lamps is possible because they do not fade or bubble in high heat. A little-known benefit: wet-erase ink is less likely to cause an allergic reaction than dry-erase formulas.

The dry erase custom marker is, without a doubt, the most widely used writing tool for whiteboards. These markers can be used on any non-porous surface, including whiteboards, overhead projector films, signboards, and more. With a whiteboard eraser or a piece of cloth, the ink can be easily removed. Some of these custom markers can have a bad smell, but there are also some that don't have a bad smell and aren't permanent.

Whiteboard or Paper

Consider the writing surface you want to use: will you be using paper or a whiteboard for your project? Because of the porous nature of these materials, it is necessary to use permanent ink on writing surfaces such as flipcharts and brown paper. Whiteboards require ink that is easily removed from the surface.

Thick or Thin

Thin-tipped markers are ideal for writing or drawing finer lines and details, as well as for highlighting text. The text should be large enough so that it can be read easily even from a distance away from the computer screen. Larger amounts of ink are delivered by custom marker tips with thick tips, resulting in thicker lines. To write large, easy-to-read words for presentations and training sessions, you use them as a writing tool. Even those who have seated a long distance away from the whiteboard or flipchart will be able to read the text clearly if the letters are large enough and there is sufficient space between them.

Round Tip

When it comes to formal writing, it is most common to use a rounded tip when writing. You can choose from many different types of writing instruments with rounded tips that are available in a variety of thicknesses, including ballpoint pens, fine liner pens, pencils, and felt-tipped pens. A rounded tip is also commonly used to emphasize important points in longer texts that contain both upper- and lower-case letters, such as in the English language. Because it has a rounded tip, you can hold the custom marker in any way you want while still drawing a straight line.

Chisel Tip

The chisel tip adds the perfect finishing touch to any presentation, no matter how elaborate. The broad tip, which has a wide and narrower edge, resembles a wedge. When using this tool, it is possible to draw both thin and thick lines with a chisel-tip custom marker. Bringing an assortment of colored pencils and markers to your meeting isn't necessary.

Writing with a chisel tip takes some getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, you may find that it becomes your preferred method of communication. The ability to maintain consistency in pen position is essential for mastering this technique. In order to draw horizontal or vertical lines, the chisel tip should always be held at a 45-degree angle to the baseline when drawing. Here are some videos that will assist you in becoming more proficient.

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