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Italian couple named Simonio and Lyndiana Bernacotti made the first blueprints for the modern, wood-encased carpentry pencil
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My A german Mr J ConteAnswered by Rose, 10 Sep '12 10:07 am
J. Conte, in 1795, successfully produced pencils, after the later famed Faber family of Nuremberg, Germany, failed to do so, by using a pulverized graphite base to create a substandard, crude prototype of a pencil. Conte's method, the basic recipe used by all pencil manufacturers today, differed from the failed Faber fiasco, as he ground graphite, mixed it with certain types of clay, pressed the "dough" into sticks, and finished them in a kiln. The Faber family followed suit, and achieved the fame and fortune that previously eluded itAnswered by iqbal seth, 10 Sep '12 10:05 am