According to the Roanoke College C&E News Summary of March 29, 1999: "Who has ever seriously considered what goes in to making baseballs? To Rawlings, this knowledge is excrutiatingly important. Today, instructiouns call for a cork nucleus that weighs exactly 0.5 oz and is 2.86 to 2.94 inches in diameter. It is to be incased in two thin rubber layers - one black, one red - and weigh a total of 7/8 oz. This nucleus is then machine-wound under high, consistent tension with 121 yards of four-ply blue-gray wool, 45 yards of three-ply white wool yarn, 53 more yards of three-ply blue-gray wool yarn and 150 yards of fine white polyester-cotton blend yarn. THis is coated with rubber cement before the cover is put on. The cover consistes of two pieces of elongated figure-eight-shaped white cowhide, dampened to permit strething, which is then handstiched together with 216 raised stitches, using 88 inches of red cotton thread. Finally, the ball is rolled for 15 seconds while still slightly damp so the seams are even and reasonable flat.
At this point, the balls are still not ready for the big league. Balls are selected at random from each shipment and shot from an air cannon at 85 feet per second at a wall made of northern white ash (the wood used to make bats). Each tested ball must bounce back at between 0.514 and 0.578 of its original speed to be suitably lively for Major League Baseball."
increase the length of the string means decrease the tension in the string, therefore as the tension decreases the frequency will drop due to loosen of the string.
Yes you can. It might make it slightly harder for the dentist to remove but will not be a problem. Grow a pair.
you can make 27 out of it
It raises the pitch of the note.
You can make dropped stitches, which are super simple if you know how to do yarn overs.
You get string as long as hair. You tie string with a knot to root of hair. You twist string around hair. Then you tie a knot at the end once you have desire length. You can add beads to the end
tie the string around the bar magnet and let the bar magnet move freely. hope it helped
Yes, because there might be a weight difference. also, it depends on how fast you make the string swing. for more info. better to read more about it or make some research....
Shorten the string. Shorter strings make higher pitches (e.g. violin); longer strings make lower pitches (e.g. double bass).
This process is called increase. You can increase stitches by one when you knit in both the front and the back of a stitch, thus turning a single stitch into two stitches.
Most stitches now a days are synthetic...so no
No, because with stitches in your head, they can get undone and make you bleed
The frequency of a string depends on its length, linear density, and tension. Most musical instruments are designed to make it easy to quickly change the tension; this will tune the instrument, or rather, the corresponding string.
Millimeters is length, grams is weight. Depending on how thin a string you can make it in, 50 grams can be pretty much any length.
Halv that given number,Make a square that has that half number as the length of a side.Stretch the string across the diagonal of the square from corner to corner.The length of the string is the square root of the given number
You can't make string, you have to kill a spider and they will drop string. Good Luck!
The harp player plucks a string and it vibrates at a certain frequency, depending on the length of the string. The shorter the string, the higher the pitch. The volume can be determined on how hard the string is plucked. The harp is made of wood because wood resonates well. A pedal can be attached in order to make each string higher by shortening it by a certain amount.
To figure out how to increase 13 stitches evenly across 100 stitches, you divide 100 by 13, which gives you 7.7. This means you want to increase every 7 or 8 stitches. It doesn't matter exactly where the increases are placed as long as they're distributed throughout the 100 stitches instead of all in one place. This will make for a nice even increase instead of a bulge in one place. Be sure to count the stitches at the end of the row to make sure you now have a total of 113.
The MLB has a minimum salary of approximately $400,000.
First start off with a very long peice of string, if you want to do a one string braid, you take it and make a loop in the string, then continue to pull the string through the loop making loop after loop until the string is finished. This is one way to make a string bracelet.
mm is a unit of length; it doesn't make sense to convert it to dollars. Unless you have something measured by length, such as a string, which has a specific cost per meter or per mm.
to make higher pitch tense the string and to make lower pitch loose the string
To make one like those that you purchase, it will require a heavy duty sewing machine. Belts are typically made with multiple layers of material with lots of parallel stitches running the length of the belt.
* Begin with a couple of stitches worked on the spot, and then take a stitch and a space. * Take the needle back over the space and bring it out the same distance in front of the thread. * Continue to the end of the seam. * Fasten off with a couple of stitches on the spot. * Begin with a few backstitches. * Make diagonal stitches over the raw edge, spacing them equally and make them all the same length. Be careful not to pull the stitches too tight. * Fasten the thread with a few backstitches and work small stitches by passing the needle in and out of the fabric. Keep the stitches and spaces as even as possible. * Work from right to left with a single thread fastened with a knot hidden inside the hem. * Bring the needle out through the folded edge, pick up a few threads of the flat fabric and then work through the fold again. * Slide the needle along, come out of the fold to make the next stitch.
No, you cannot. The shorter connection will not fit the string/cable. Even if it did, the tension could damage the bow.