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    Center Joint Restoration

    Sometimes the center joint comes unglued, this can be due to an external impact or changes in humidity that are too drastic.  This is a case of a cello that tumbled down a staircase while in its case.  The case protected the varnish but impacts were transferred to the instrument that was damaged.

    Here is how I aligned the center joint.

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      Response: resumesplanet
      Center joint is also known as expansion joint in the agricultural field as this is the basic need for any building. This is the first priority in the buildings for safety purposes and especially for the earthquakes.

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