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Li-Ning Electronic Stringing Machine E-1990

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by Alexccs, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. Alexccs

    Alexccs Regular Member

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    Anyone know about this machine E-1990 from Li-Ning ?
     
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    First thing that comes to mind, they copied the Wilson Baiardo turntable. Used Prince 5k/6k Base and String clamps. Any more pictures of the machine like the panel or the tensioner assembly?
     
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    I think more pics were posted in the Orchard Li-Ning flagship store (or something) thread. But hopefully soon enough I will have access to one too and can take all the pics you want/need :cool:.
     
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    The panel or tensioner assembly look like some eagnas machine.
     
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    Anyone know where it would be possible to buy one?
     
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    I wonder what the "Brake" button does? It does have the Eagnas look to it. Also the turntable looks small, is it a badminton only machine?

    As for buying one? How much?
     
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    a brake usually means it stops the turntable from turning.

    interesting observation on the turntable size. considering LiNing don't have any tennis racket, this is entirely possible.
     
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    Though it's hard to see from the photos, I don't see a brake lever or switch on the side. It's possible there might be an electric operated brake. LiNing is just starting to get into the Tennis, so you might see a Tennis racket from them soon. I recall seeing a Tennis player at the Aussie Open wearing LiNing shoes and clothing. With many companies closing and selling thier racket molds it's entirely possible, LiNing might have a Tennis racket in the future.
     
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    Look like in China only and It is about RMB 18,000 (aprox. US$2600). Here the link: Li-Ning E1990.
     
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    The USD vs RMB exchange rate is really sucking right now. It's cheaper than the Victor C-7031 and C-7030. Though the C-7030 reminds me of the Xtreme Sports RX-V2, that is one of hottest looking machines I've ever seen.
     
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    Li-Ning Canada is selling this for CDN$3900. Qualifies for free shipping (I think within Canada).
     
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    manual E-1990, where to find??

    Anyone know where to get a user manual for the E-1990? Would very much like to haved the "beep sound" eliminated :)
     
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    Load sensor spoil

    Hi,

    Can anyone help me on how should the Li Ning machine E-1990 to be repair.
    It show on the LCD screen that the load sensor fail thus cant restring rackets.

    Appreaciate if there is any kind soul who know how to deal with it or encounter the same problem?

    Many thanks in advance
    lele
     
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    How did this occur? Was there anything special that happened to cause this issue? I would think that connecting with the Li Ning distributor (where you got the machine), they should be able to help.
     
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    I ordered one myself and hope to be able to post some pictures under "Li Ning Canada" found under the Market Place. :)
     

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