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  • Re: Putting a Curve on that facing

    One suggestion is to use a pencil to mark the rails of the mouthpiece. You could mark the rails as an example at your first station ie. 50. The .0015 spot.

    arnoldstang3 4 days ago
  • Re: Putting a Curve on that facing

    As for stacked feelers, I had to stack two for the .034 feeler and taped them tightly together.  I measured each side with my micrometer and one side was

    notabene79 5 days ago
  • Re: Putting a Curve on that facing

    Sounds like your table became convex and now your glass gauge is rocking depending on where you place your thumb holding it. Check for table flatness with a

    kwbradbury 5 days ago
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This is the only group dedicated to sharing information on woodwind mouthpiece making, repair and refacing. The tools, techniques, materials, successes, failures can all be gathered at this location for future reference. This is the place to learn about mouthpiece refacing!


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  • Mar 13, 2002
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