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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Materials include steel, stainless steel, cobalt/nickel alloy, bronze, brass, music wire and composite plastics.
They're made even more durable with high-tensile music wire springs and steel followers.
These perform better than those made of commonly used music wire, but a main (maybe the main) reason is they are far less prone to breakage.
MUSIC Wire Having virtually drawn the map of modern guitar effects, they are cited as heroes by such diverse acts as Fugazi, My Bloody Valentine, Black Flag, Guided By Voices, and Blur.
Mec-Gar USA has introduced an eight-round 45ACP 1911 MAGAZINE laser engraved with the text of the Seconc Amendment.The magazine also features a carbon steel body heat treated and blued, Type D music wire spring, removable baseplate and numbered witness holes.A portion of proceeds from the sale of the magazines will be donated toward protecting Second Amendment rights.
This marked the beginning of an enduring reputation for music wire, associated with the name Websters of Penns.
Among the most significant of these were a music wire coiled hammer spring to replace the original flat leaf type.
Also very highly recommended are the four earlier volumes comprising this superbly composed series: "Reconstructing the Harpsichord" (0918728290, $60.00); "The Metallurgy of 17th and 18th-Century Music Wire (0918728541, $46.00); "Bartolomeo Cristofori as a Harpsichord Maker/The Identification and Authentication of Italian Stringed Keyboard Instruments" (0945193262, $52.00); and "Harpsichord Decoration: A Conspectus/A Fable Deconstructed: The 1770 Taskin at Yale" (0945193750, $54.00).
Offered in 12, 24 and 36ins (304.8, 609.6 and 914.4mm) lengths in music wire and 302 stainless steel, the springs are designed to be cut to length to meet custom load requirements.
Manufactured from either music wire (0.9-1.25mm) of stainless steel, the belt, from music wire (0.9-1.25mm) is used solely in the chocolate industry because of its high ware resistance to chocolate.
The catalog features compression, extension, and torsion springs in plated music wire or passivated stainless steel as well as hefty compression springs and Belleville washers.