{"title": "Slider Solenoid Boards","images":[{"caption":"Individual sets of pipes or “stops” in the organ are turned on by admitting air through perforated strips called “sliders”. The sliders are moved by specially-designed solenoids, which are magnetic linear motors. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/11.JPG"},{"caption":"Each solenoid has several wires for operation. We make specialized cables, one of which will pass through this hole, to connect the solenoids to the electronic control system. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/21.JPG"},{"caption":"The correct number of wires of the proper length are laid out on the floor. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/31.JPG"},{"caption":"The wires are organized for ease of cabling. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/41.JPG"},{"caption":"The wires are inserted into a plastic sheath. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/5.JPG"},{"caption":"A special tool guides the wires through a slit in the sheath. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/6.JPG"},{"caption":"The wires of the cable are then routed to the correct solenoids. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/7.JPG"},{"caption":"The completed solenoid boards with their associated cables, wrapped up for traveling to New York. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/8.JPG"}]}