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Concise stringing video tutorial.

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by asmd6230, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. asmd6230

    asmd6230 Regular Member

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    Hi guys,I have learnt much from this forum and after a year of trying different methods, ive come up with what seems to work best for me on with the tools i use. I made a video detailing the string pattern and starting/tie off knots and hope this helps those who are looking for a resource to get started.

    http://asmd.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/badminton-stringing-video-tutorial/


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  2. Mark A

    Mark A Regular Member

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    Rather than cutting the string (from a pack) exactly in half, try giving 30-40 cm extra to the mains - I do this and I still have a LOT left over after doing the crosses.

    Also, have you tried the one-weave-ahead method? Weave the cross that comes after the one you will pull next. kwun gives the best demonstration I have yet seen.
     
  3. asmd6230

    asmd6230 Regular Member

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    Thanks for the reply Mark.

    I have never had a problem weaving the cross strings... but i do weave it at at angle though, towards the throat which kind of has the same effect.

    With regards to leaving the extra length, never thought to give that a try... i might look into that. I currently simply expend a packet for every racket i string.

    Regards,
    asmd.
     
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