Pen nibs for the Wacom Intuos 4, 5 and Pro.
They are 27 mm high, 1.7mm in diameter and have a hemispherical top. If your nib has the same measurements, then these nibs will fit as well.
The original Wacom pen nibs are really expensive and they use up really fast. So here's the cheap alternative:
400 Nibs for about 28 €. That's less than 15 cents per nib.
How to prepare the nibs for use:
Use a scissor to seperate the nibs from the base plate. A little tapered end remains, cut it off to get the optimal length for the pen.
Additionally you can use a lighter to slightly melt the tip. This makes it rounder and smoother.
It takes about 30 seconds to prepare a nib.
I recommend putting a sheet of paper over your tablet to prevent damage from flat nibs (it also feels much better).
This product is in currently in beta. I can't warrant that it's successfully printed. I don't take any responsibility for the possible damage the nibs do to your pen or tablet. I only provide the model, what you do with it is your responsibility alone.
I did a test print with fewer nibs and different sizes. The nibs with a diameter of 1.7 mm worked best and I already used about 10 nibs (I work about 8 hours every day with my tablet, my nib use is therefore really high).
Feel free to ask me any question in the comments below.