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stringing pattern

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by logi, Feb 18, 2002.

  1. logi

    logi Guest

    i found on babolats website that they are using a new patern for stringing. and they say it is better.. that's what they say :

    New stringing pattern with 20 mains and 21 crosses which allows :
    - for the player : more power thanks to a better elasticity of the string bed,
    - for the stringer : earn 30 % of time during the stringing job thanks to a new axial drilling and the use of one string for one hole.


    anybody ever tried to get their racket strung like that?

    what do you think?.
     
  2. logi

    logi Guest

    i guess nobody knows then....
     
  3. Mag

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    Sounds interesting, but exactly where on their site did you read that? I couldn't find it.
     
  4. logi

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    http://www.babolat.com/english/badminton/technologie/sommaire/droite.html

    that's where i found it.
     
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    It must only be for one specific racquet (Satellite?), the other racquets I saw on the site looks like the same as any other with shared holes at the corners.
    True, if there is a dedicated hole for each thread, the stringing time would be reduced somewhat. I wouldn't say 30% but this would depend on the particular racquet that this is compared against.
    It would be interesting to try one out.
     
  6. logi

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    i would really like to try it but i don't have a stringing machine and i don't really know anybody who has one..

    but i guess if it was for every racket on the market(the one hole one thread) pro's would get their raacket done like this..

    i don't know
     
  7. Sorry it may sound stupid, I have a question:

    how to pronounce "Babolat"?

    Thank you.
     
  8. wupatrick

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    Can anyone help to let me know how to string a Babolat racquet - Model is Booster-Ti Thanks.
     

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