Erasers and other correcting equipment

Gommes

La qualité et le type de gomme sont essentielles pour d'excellents résultats de gommage. Toutes les gommes caoutchouc et la plupart des gommes produites par Faber-Castell sont sans latex. De la gomme scolaire à la gomme mie de pain, vous trouverez pour chaque travail la gomme adaptée.
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Faber-Castell - Grip 2001 triangular eraser, turquoise
Grip 2001 triangular eraser, turquoise
1,80 €
Faber-Castell - Gomme sans PVC avec fourreau
Gomme sans PVC avec fourreau
0,65 €
Faber-Castell - Gomme Sleeve étui protection noir
2 Couleur Extérieur
Gomme Sleeve étui protection
à partir de 3,25 €
Faber-Castell - Gommes de rechange Grip 1345-47 3x
Gommes de rechange Grip 1345-47 3x
2,50 €
Faber-Castell - Gommes de rechange Grip Plus 3x
Gommes de rechange Grip Plus 3x
2,50 €
Faber-Castell - Gomme caoutchouc 7041
Gomme caoutchouc 7041
0,90 €
Faber-Castell - Gomme capuchon Jumbo Grip gris
Gomme capuchon Jumbo Grip gris
1,10 €
Faber-Castell - Gomme Grip 2001 Edge, gris
Gomme Grip 2001 Edge, gris
1,80 €
Faber-Castell - Gomme Dust-free bleue
Gomme Dust-free bleue
1,10 €
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General information on Faber-Castell erasers and correct use

History of the eraser

When erasing large areas of graphite, particularly with writing or stroke areas running over several lines, the eraser can often start to 'smudge'. This is because the user tries to erase too quickly and the parts of the eraser have to absorb too much graphite. The eraser can only carry out its task if the movements create a balanced ratio between graphite-free areas and areas containing graphite. The eraser can not become "overloaded"! Erasing parallel to the stroke: Area becomes dirty, erasing is slowed down unnecessarily! Erasing at an angle to the stroke: Erasing the area bit by bit clears the area quickly and effectively!

Erasing correctly

When erasing large areas of graphite, particularly with writing or stroke areas running over several lines, the eraser can often start to 'smudge'. This is because the user tries to erase too quickly and the eraser bits have to absorb too much graphite. The eraser can only carry out its task if the movements create a balanced ratio between graphite-free areas and areas containing graphite. The eraser cannot become "overloaded"! Erasing parallel to the stroke: Area becomes dirty, erasing is slowed down unnecessarily! Erasing at an angle to the stroke: Erasing the area bit by bit clears the area quickly and effectively!