from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In organ-building, a screw by which the dip of the digitals of the keyboard may be adjusted.
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Through its center is a hole for the screw-eye, S I, which is the regulating-screw.
The screw-eye, 2, and the screw, 3, are put through the horizontal part of the T, and the regulating-screw, I, passes through the hole in the vertical part which springs up against I, thus forming an electrical connection between Y and I.
; it is nailed to A, and in its top is a screw, E, which is used as a regulating-screw to keep the armature, L, from touching the poles.