music wire


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music wire

[′myü·zik ‚wīr]
(metallurgy)
High-quality, high-carbon steel wire used for making mechanical springs.
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As the cycles mount up, a music wire spring gets shorter and weaker.
This marked the beginning of an enduring reputation for music wire, associated with the name Websters of Penns.
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Palmer and Samuel, who are both 28, first cut their teeth in the new media business in 1994 when they co-produced a monthly Internet music newsletter called 4CONTROL Music Wire.
Two additions: I added a Heinie Music Wire Bolt & Hand Spring (Brownells has 'em) and I put a small lock washer between the frame and the mainspring.
The current management team includes fifth and sixth generation descendants of James Horsfall of Penns Hall, Sutton Coldfield, where much of the early music wire was manufactured using the water power of nearby Plants Brook.
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They perform better than the common music wire variety, and they last much, much longer.
It's common enough for music wire springs to just break in full-autos.
It's made from Chrome Silicon Alloy, a radically better material than music wire.