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Stringing machine sites

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by Dill, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. Dill

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    Hey guys, my first post in a while.

    Aus : http://www.prodirect.com.au
    Aus : http://www.racketsports.net

    USA : http://www.mutualpower.net
    USA : http://www.klipperusa.com <-- how can you forget this one!!!
    USA : http://www.amazon.com/gp/search.htm...rting&node=3375301&keywords=stringing machine <-- yes it sounds stupid but they do have stringing machines
    USA : http://www.midwest-sports.com/list162-644-stringmachines.htm
    USA : http://www.tennislovers.com/Content/stringm.htm (tutorial)

    UK : http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/street/xnf37/machines.html <-- gefen sports

    and there's one more on electronic head machines something like u just get the motor and u can use the previous machine just change the tensioning from crank to motorised. I'll post it when i get back, going out for lunch.
     
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    US: http://www.tennishead.com

    Guys I found the site where you just have the tensioning head. Meaning if you are using a crank machine, you can replace it with this tensioning head.

    Check it out. Cheers
     
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    ah, also known as
    the Wise 2086 retro-fit electronic tension head
     
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    Whoa! An independent machine designer and manufacturer. That's fantastic.

    The machine looks good enough, anyone has any experience working with one? Do they have a stand-up model?
     
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    What is the price of the TWA machine?
     
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    This is not a manufacturer or vendor site, but my own independent site for documenting (via photos and other images) various makes and models of stringing machines. It's a new website as of November 2006.

    And I'm seeking contributors to the photo library... :)

    http://www.photostringer.com

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    Stringing Machine Photo Reference Library Project

    Please note in the hyperlinks at the top of each page that there is a Badminton-specific page for which we could use photo contributions from badminton racquet stringers (machine owners/users).

    Al Ruscelli
     
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    www.r-a-b.com

    Every stringers Dream. Look at that £70 precision swivel clamp!!!
     
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