[Harp-L] Vibratory Stress Relief
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- Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2014 10:45:13 -0500
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Rick Epping wrote:
.......... As for bits of metal left on the reeds from scraping or filing (I
> use scrapers, files and, for chamfering, a chisel), on average most of the
> metal removal occurs along the entire length of the reeds' long edges from
> the chamfering.
Rick, do u chamfer, sometimes referred to as embossing (bevel or cut a groove in), the reed itself? Or did you mean to say "most of the metal
removal occurs along the entire length of the reed slot"?
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