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Solution To High Noon Desease

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by foo.tw, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. foo.tw

    foo.tw Regular Member

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    There seems to be many ppl in CA and USA sufferred from this problem.
    There is a simple solution.
    When you string, put an additional rubber supporter at the top supporter.
    This can diversify the stress and prevent the problem.
    As to where to buy the rubber supporter, don't ask me.
    I don't know.
    Ask stringing machine dealers might be good.
     
  2. Pete LSD

    Pete LSD Regular Member

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    Load spreaders does the job.

    People can get Yonex and Gosen loadspreaders from shuttle-house.com

    High-noon disease is mostly a six-point suspension machine issue.

     
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  3. jug8man

    jug8man Regular Member

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    HeHeHe, Here's the causes and the solution :-

    Cause 1: String crosses Top to Bottom
    Solution : String Crosees Bottom to Top

    Cause 2 : Strecthing the frame length
    Solution : don't / Not much.

    Can't remember anything else. hehe
     
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    I would've thought that side supports will keep the frame from shortening and thus causing less stress at the top and bottom.
     
  5. Kelvin

    Kelvin Regular Member

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    if the side, throat & head supports are over tightened, it can just as easily lead to stress at the top and bottom of the frame.
     
  6. yoyomonkey

    yoyomonkey Regular Member

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    well i just use the grip and folded to little pad and taped to the 2-point support. I helps me string 25lbs+ with no problem.

    I'm thought this is a 2-point system problem, because cause the two supports stop the frame from shortening when stringing the vertical.
     
  7. IvanM

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    tried that, do not work
    my 9000x still cracks
    i shall try and get a little piece of lather and place it on the rubber
     

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