double taper

double taper

double taper
The taper of an airfoil that incorporates changes in the angle at the part-span.
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The beauty of such lines and others like them is that you can shoot great distances with a lot less effort than a double taper and you can better control the depth that your fly is fishing.
The laminated, double taper limbs, coupled with the Center Pivot design, result in low dynamic mass and improved dynamic response, reducing energy loss and noise while making any limb vibration easier to dampen.
The company uses a double taper sawing technology with optimizers at all stations, which allows cutting along the woodgrain for maximum quality.
Smith include Acura Grip, Acura Tap, Double Taper, Acura Flex collets and toolholders, plus floating and tapping systems.
These include Cortland's olive 444 Clear Creek and Orvis's Spring Creek Double Taper to name a few.
Sophisticated manufacturing techniques and equipment enable a double taper opening to be manufactured.
Gone is the double taper and in are Spey-type lines and shooting heads with shorter heads and longer running line.
designed it as a double taper. The top 3mm of the die includes a one-half
Transmission Line Analysis of a Linear Double Taper in Rectangular Waveguides
If you want to make up a size 12 Spey-casting line, what you need is a mill end double taper 12 and double taper 4.