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For those who need help on weaving

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by Ouchee, Jan 20, 2012.

  1. Ouchee

    Ouchee Regular Member

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    As title said, for those who need a little help on weaving the crosses.

    [video=youtube_share;FQ9T8fWs7Ws]http://youtu.be/FQ9T8fWs7Ws[/video]
     
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    not a bad idea, even though I don't know how many people is using this for badminton. maybe I will give it a try some day, using one of the beads from my daughter.
     
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    i have always wonder if such tools are worth the hassle.

    isn't the time it takes to thread it through the bead better spend to do the weaving?

    having said that, i think the best shape for such a weaving helper is the size of a thumbnail. if there is a way such that it allows easy insertion of the string and helps weaving faster than it takes to setup on each weave, it will be of great help.
     
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    people always think tennis is similar to badminton ....
     
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    you'll have to find a awfully small iddy biddy bead to try that on badminton rackets especially the 96 holes ones.. but its still a good idea.. ahhahaha will give it a try when I found an iddy biddy bead^^
     

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