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Screw Blocks [12/5/2004] admin
Screw blocks are blocks of wood (or whatever material you choose to use) in which the hinge rods and screws of an instrument are held in a certain order after the instrument is disassembled. Why use ... [more]
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Oversizing a hinge rod involves replacing the current hinge rod with a slightly larger one and then reaming out or refitting the keys and/or posts to the new rod.When should a hinge rod be replaced ... [more]
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Despite what some proclaim, tone holes are not level/flat. Some brands are more level than others, but it's pretty rare to find a student flute or saxophone with one or more decent tone holes. If you ... [more]
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There are many ways to approach removing a stuck screw or rod depending on why it is stuck. Usually a rod is difficult to remove because of one of two reasons: Either something (rod, screw, key, ... [more]
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Alum Trick Alum is a preservative used in canning foods. It comes in the form of a powder and can usually be found in the spices aisle or canning supplies area of your grocery store. In addition to ... [more]
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