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Do Arcus Bows Employ a Button Bearing?
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March 14, 2019 - 1:27 pm
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I was reading a web post where it was mentioned that the Arcus violin bow employed the use of a bearing on the button screw shaft to lessen stick wear.  Was this a translation error or is this, in fact, the case.  The only axial button bearing I have seen was employed on the Heddon Violin Bow.  Any illumination would be appreciated.

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Here's a pic of an Arcus button screw... in case that helps answer your question: