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Badminton Stringing Pattern ?... all models

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by biggybil, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. chiaki

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    Hi everyone,

    I have been using the victor 72 hole 2 knots method on this thread to restring rackets. Does anyone have a picture for 72 hole 4 knot stringing method?
     
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    Does anyone know the gosen Pro method? Would like to try it out!

    Do you guys put the knots away from the sweetspot ? Does it make a difference ?
     
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    when it comes to stringing, Gosen and Haribito is synonymous. you can check out the lower 2 diagrams in post #14 in this thread.
     
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    Apacs 72 holes

    Does anyone have a stringing pattern for an Apacs 72 hole racquet?
     
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    Why cannot just a routine Yonex 72 pattern work? That's what I've used on APACS. And if memory serves, that is how the rackets strung when they came.
     
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    Is there such as thing as 74 hole racquet? I think that's what my Apac has. I just counted 37 holes on one side.
     
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    Can anybody send me the 4 ties stringing pattern for Babolat Satelite Synchro 2004 model? It is a 20 mains / 22 cross pattern.
     
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    This works well for the Head Metallix racquets which otherwise are a pain to string, not enough tie off holes for two piece stringing and conventional one piece leaves the string skipping several holes on the outside of the frame to reach a tie off point. The Haribito 76 hole ATW professional pattern looks difficult at first but actually its quite straightforward and the end result is a much nicer stringing job on this racquet. I do have a question though: Why on earth did Head design the racquet that way and give no consideration whatsoever to the stringer. Head even make the ridiculous suggestion that the racquet should be strung in two pieces using one tie off hole twice i.e three strings going through one grommet hole! Crazy suggestion to come from a racquet manufacturer.
     
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    This is what I use for the Satelite Synchro 2007 model - I believe it to be the same pattern for the 2004. Crosses start from the top (if you can't read Japanese, I can't).

    ScreenShot061.jpg
     
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    Hi BC, I'm new in this forum, so, hello to you all!

    I'm looking for a 4-knot stringing pattern for my Carlton Powerblade Superlite racket (I know, it's not the newest nor the best racket, but it suits me needs and I can play a double match without a big financial risk). Can anyone here help me?

    P.S.: Which grommets can I use for this racket?
     
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    Stringing pattern for BN 60 badminton as requested.

    1 Piece stringing
    22 main strings
    22 cross strings

    Main start head, miss 11th throat, 8, 10, 12 & 14th head
    Tie off 7th throat

    Crosses Start 8th throat, finish 8th head and tie of 7th head.

    Shared holes - 8, 9 10 & 12th throat and 13th & 15th head

    Recommended tension between 16-28lbs
     
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    Stringing pattern for BN 60 badminton as requested.

    1 Piece stringing
    22 main strings
    22 cross strings

    Main start head, miss 11th throat, 8, 10, 12 & 14th head
    Tie off 7th throat

    Crosses Start 8th throat, finish 8th head and tie of 7th head.

    Shared holes - 8, 9 10 & 12th throat and 13th & 15th head

    Recommended tension between 16-28lbs
     
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    If someone has any tips for stringing Victor Light Fighter 7300 (88holes), they are more than welcome. Always a big struggle with stringing that racket. Especially when going to last cross strings up on the racket there comes two very difficult parts where the main string goes over the cross string's hole and my customer wants his racket strung at 11kg so the string is very tight.

    Best wishes.
     
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    What are the differences of these string patterns?
     
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    Hi ,

    Anyone have a pattern for a 2-piece Babolat Satelite Chrono, please?

    Thanks, Ash.
     
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    Victor Brave Sword 12 pattern?
     
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    Are these the latest recommended patterns from Victor after starting their cooperation with Ashaway? If so, then it's pretty surprising that they apparently switched back to a 2-piece pattern. And a really strange one if you ask me. :confused:

    As reference, the patterns for 76 and 80 holes can be found here:
    http://www.victor-international.com/documents/pattern_76.pdf
    http://www.victor-international.com/documents/pattern_80.pdf
     
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    I can't recommend the new pattern for high tension. B7 is prone to flush knots easier, like every uneven B hole and the huge loops of untensioned string from the mains will also effect tension loss. The starter at B9 and first cross at B8 will cut a nice groove between the holes without a grommet strip. Strung once and never again. YY pattern is great. Haribito basic is also better.
     

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