Re: Small hammer-like actuator ideas

On 08/29/11 06:21, Don Y wrote:
On 8/27/2011 12:06 PM, Robert Wessel wrote:
For flat bar, brass and copper are readily available too. Things like
That's an idea. It seems like bar stock is cheaper that pipe.

Bar won't oscillate in the same modes as a tube. It might be pleasant,
but it won't be a similar sound. FWIW, glockenspiel's and xylophones
use bars, they sound quite unlike tubular bells.


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