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Klipper M140 Stringing Instruction

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by silentheart, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. fandulan

    fandulan Regular Member

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    by the way i am stringing my new yonex ns9900. but since i got my klipper i cut the strings to experiment with my first experience. and unfortunately, its still not string. but i am hoping that thru your help guys i can successfully restring it.
     
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    O.O fandulan, could you maybe buy a cheap steel or aluminum racket to practice with first? I'd hate for the NS9900 to accidentally break when you string it.
     
  3. fandulan

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    but better to first do in the most expensive racket so i will be very careful doing it. ill do it for sure if you will give me a good start to begin with. really i am very serious in learning it..
     
  4. The Godfather

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    hey man, I am going to post a few videos in a few days on how to string a badminton racket on a crack machine but you will be able to apply the method to your klipper M140 machine.
     
  5. fandulan

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    thanks godfather ill wait for your next post. anyway my hiqua clamps in on its way. it is really a big help.
     
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    Should be able to put them up tomorrow if more string arrives but otherwise it will be next Tuesday because i will gone to the uk.
     
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    Godfather , looking forward to your video!
     
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    sorry everyone no string came from stringersworld.co.uk this morning so it will come tomorrow morning but I am going to the UK at 10;30 so I'l try my best but it will be next week most likely.
     
  9. fandulan

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    when i tie off at b8 on both side of the racket. do i need to cut the string before i start with the cross. coz i tied both at b8 and im stucked.
     
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    yes, you need to cut the string and tie a starting knot on b6.
     
  11. fandulan

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    i have a 10 meter atring. how much length do i need to place on the left and right of the racket.
     
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    Wouldn't that make it into a G String? :confused::):D

     
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    Sorry, it is a slow friday for ma and I ma missing the joke...:crying::crying::crying:
     
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    1) is this 10 meter string from a pack or you measured it?
    2) Are you using 1 piece or 2 pieces method?
    3) Don't go out drinking till 8:00pm and go back to office and work till 10:30 and get back home 2:00 am and return back to work 8:00am again. It is just ....
     
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    it is on the yonex pack. can you give me detail procedure on stringing 1 piece.
    and for 2 pieces method how much length should i allow on the left side of the racket.
    thanks for your reply.
     
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    I will do my best to answer your question even I am not feeling too good right now.
    1) For 1 piece, please measure 2.75~2.9 meater:p from one end. That should be the length for the short side.
    2) for 2 pieces, please measure 5.5~5.75 meter from one end. Cut. The long one is for your main and short is for you cross...
     
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    for 1 piece method, should i follow the procedures of yonex. or will these be a contunous stringing without cutting the strings.
     
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    for 1 piece, please tie off at B8 on short side only. use the rest of the long string, go through B9 and start the cross from there.
     
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    can i just wait till you feel fine "Silentheart" i felt dizzy also doing this stringing.... thanks
     
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    is there any advantage between 1 piece method and 2 piece method.
     

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