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This simple-to-use tool will quickly help you locate all types of leaks in every model flute. The tool will isolate the flute at different points along its length, and it will also isolate each pad individually. Use with our MAG Machine®.
The ultimate pin removal tool: the J.L. Smith Flute Key Pin Punch, allows you to safely and easily loosen even the toughest pins without ever harming the keys or shafts. The J.L. Smith Flute Key Pin Punch even comes with a mini Maglight® that slips into position at the top of the tool and lights the working area.
The Flute Scale Story Stick is a simple two-piece tool that allows technicians to accurately locate, measure and analyze the exact positioning of tone holes along the entire length of the flute body.
This affordable tool set helps quickly and easily remove and install flute headjoint corks.
Flute service kit head cork stick - Marked with a 17mm grooved line to check the adjustment of the head cork to its proper place.
Flute makers usually use a burnishing method for expanding the head tenon. Our Flute Head Fitting Mandrel is used to support the head tenon and is straight at that area. It tapers the rest of the inserted portion. Fits with head cork in place.
Repairman’s mandrel. Straight tapered (not parabolic). Excellent for dent removal and rounding. 14" length, tapers from 5/8" to 3/4" over 10" length.
Specially designed and manufactured by J.L. Smith at the request of the Jupiter Instrument Company, these stainless steel Jupiter Headjoint Mandrels have exactly the right radius and taper to make dent repair and sizing of the Jupiter 507 headjoint ultra-efficient. These mandrels are precision-milled and beautifully finished to make it easier than ever to get spectacular results.
Polished and ground mandrel for body straightening and dent work. 20" length x .735" O.D.
Lifting dents out of flutes has never been easier! Each end has a particular radius and entry angle that will provide the power needed to lift even heavy-wall nickel silver tube dents. Hold the tool in the Flute Station (with additional 5/8" sleeve), or hold securely in a vice.
One end sets heights “close,” the other end sets more “open.” The smallest step is for the left hand C and trill keys, next largest step is for the main line, and the largest step is for the foot keys.
A big title for a very simple and elegant tool. This tool will set your grommets in straight, and to a predetermined depth. One more way to get consistent results with tricky flute padding.
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