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Checking and adjusting tuning slides for parallelism -MedlinHorns.com
Why slides are often not parallel after soldering:
As the brass tuning slide crook heats up during the soldering process, it expands outwards and makes the slide wider. The solder cools and hardens before the crook can return to its original size.
As the crook itself cools, it puts pressure on the soldering jig by squeezing the legs together. The result is an unparallel slide which is full of tension and will not run smoothly in the horn.
Caliper measurement comparing width at top and bottom of slide, immediately after soldering:
1.942 at top
1.929 at bottom
The difference of .013 of an inch between the top and bottom may not seem like much, but it’s enough to cause the slide to run very poorly in the horn. The other issue is that the unparallel slide has internal tension which doubles when the slide puts pressure on the outer slide legs of the horn.
Luckily, there is a fix for this. By heating the solder joints very quickly and keeping the slide crook cool, the slide is able to “reset” itself under the ferrule joints. This releases the tension in the slide crook and also allows the slide legs to return to parallel.
A new caliper measurement of the same slide, after adjustment.
1.944 at the top
1.944 at the bottom
It’s not only important that slides be parallel for optimum playing but also for longevity. A parallel slide will wear more slowly and stay airtight longer, than one that is not.
Finding a maker who is willing to spend the extra time on these crucial details is important!
Thanks for watching! Please email me at email@example.com if you have tuning slide or any other horn equipment related questions.
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