Stuma Taz - more than 9 Yudin, how much more?

We require 9 Yudin plus a little more in order to represent the 8 chut hasaara spaces between each Yud. How much more?

What are the opinions of the poskim?

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  1. If you're already down to chut hasaro between the letters, the sofer has gone too tight. Better to leave a wider nine yudin than try and calculate exactly the shiur with chut hasayro, which IMHO is a dangerous exercise (with a high chance of accidentally going a fraction less - which is possul)

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  2. I understand but I'm asking lehalacha (even though sometimes it becomes lemaaseh) if others have heard a shiur. Rav Morganstern holds another 1/2 Yud is needed but he doesn't recall if he heard it from Rav Elyashiv. I need to clarify what Rav Friedlander holds as what I recall hearing from him years ago and what I just heard from a close source are not the same.

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  3. Correction, Rav Morganstern said to figure out the width of a chut hasaara. The measurent that a number of people have come up with i 1/20mm and in fact a hair is around that as well. Therefore, in addition to 9 average osios ketanos of that ksav (SR/SY each according to it's osios ketanos, .4mm is needed.
    It seems it can be either according to the Yuds or Vavs. The question is what if the average of 1 is more narrow that the other.

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