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Cello Endpin and Housing

Well, after a somewhat ill-fated cello refit, I ended up with a tilted endpin and a poorly fitted endpin…housing…plug..thing.  I’m not rightly sure what those are called.  I had recently started making round things on my little lathe, so it made sense that I could make a new one.  It took a fair bit of measuring and tiny adjustments, but eventually I ended up with something quite serviceable, if  not quite as nicely matched to the rest of the cello’s finish.  The endpin itself, and the metal bit that you see on the end of the endpin plug are simply lifted from the old, poorly fitting endpin.  Yay for radial symmetry!



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