I thought this clip was really fascinating--never could figure out how the makers got an iridium tip on a gold nib. Beryllium copper? And watching the machine press the nib and feed into the section made my eyes pop, I would have thought the pressure would crush everything but all the pens survived.
The pens are Aurora, the official pen of Italy's sesquicentennial and featured in the latest Goldspot Pens post.
And yes, it's "it's" not "its" but life is short so its okay. :)