MartinLogan - April 16, 2012
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MartinLogan's electrostatic diaphragm is extremely thin but . . .
. . . very strong.
The assembly technician stretches the diaphragm to 30% of its maximum stretch.
The readied stator backs are carefully placed under the diaphragm . . .
. . . and lined up perfectly.
The technician hand stretches the diaphragm across the stator and then . . .
. . . rolls out any wrinkles. The diaphragm must be 100% wrinkle free and it must . . .
. . . form a swooping pattern, similar to a Conestoga wagon.
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