Check-Hammer Alignment


Once the hammers are aligned to the strings (and travelled & burned) – and, of course, the keys levelled & spaced (with any required straightening, via steaming or planing) – the checks can be aligned to the hammers (hammer tails), with particular care to avoiding interference with neighbouring hammers.

If it has been necessary to shift the hammers a long way, bending the checks can take a while – but correct alignment provides for efficient checking (and the fine adjustment of  checking distance, to be done later) and hammer release for repetition.

Aligning Check to Hammers

Aligning Checks to Hammers

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