Mnemonic wrote:One thing I'd warn against is trying to use flush cutters to cut piano wire, if you're using piano wire for pinning - all that happens is you end up with circles indented in the blades of your flush cutters. Don't ask how I know that.
Mnemonic wrote:Adding to the hobby resources here is always a laudable goal - the wire cutters I bought are these ones: http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... oh_product - you need to be very careful when looking to buy wire cutters to make sure they can handle the wire you're looking at working with. Piano wire is a hardened steel, which makes it brittle (watch out for flying shrapnel) but very strong.
P'Shar's Rifles wrote:Copper is very soft. Piano wire is steel, and very hard.
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