When rebuilding older pianos, it helps to have sample dimensional parts to test geometry and weight (as well as whether they will actually work). For years I toted around a large cardboard box with ripped off adhesive velcro, losing sample parts on the ground or in my car. Finally took some time and fit them in a systainer.
Shown here is a Systainer3 M 112, anthracite with custom inserts.
Piano technician/rebuilder and woodworker.
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