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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    it comes in a huge box too.

    while it looks good in the photo, the actual quality is just so-so, typical Eagnas quality. crude sand casting for the legs and other components.

    Right - I found all Eagnas quality is very "sandy" as well. Paint job is shotty too. Had a base clamp break on me before. Keep in mind that you pay for what you get

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    My new expensive toy

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    Hi, this is my new stringing machine - Spinfire Flame with Wise 2086 tension head from TennisWarehouse (they had a special on Spinfire 20% off). I have tested it and the tension is looking good, but a little noisy (compared to my drop-weight machine). It has the new diablo - no getting loose now. Cannot string anything yet as my badminton clamps were left out of the shipment. I also need load spreaders that I will order from MBS. I don't have 360 rotation - will look at that in future - probably just raise the turntable a little.
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    Regarding the height. You are right. You need to raise a turntable.
    The idea below
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    Michal, yes, thanks for this. I had already had this idea and also had seen what others had been doing. My problem is the four bolts are tightened so much, that I cannot loosen them with a 6mm hex right-angle screwdriver. The ones on the bottom are similar. Also I see that this machine has an AEF serial number, so I guess AEF makes them. I will see if I can find a larger 6mm allen key.

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    As you can see this is based on kwuns Wase, but with the difference that this a Pros Pro Shuttle Express. It just arrive yesterday, and I have allready strung 5 rackets on it and 1 for a client. It has been a joy so far, and the tension feels spot on.
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    I've uploaded videos and pictures which can be found here:
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    I rly love ur Pics here!
    Some of u are talking about:

    Watdon's badminton fixed clamps
    (similar to this?: http://www.ebay.de/itm/Automatik-Haltezange-Bespannungsmaschine-Besaitungsmaschine-Bespannmaschine-/370631875982?pt=DE_Sport_Schl%C3%A4gersportarten_Z ubeh%C3%B6r&hash=item564b619d8e)

    and Michael ...'s Special Side supports (i got V-Mount-Badmintonsupport of Gamma)

    Can u tell me where i can get those "Upgrades" (im from Germany)?

    Now im using Gamma FC602 Dropweight + Badminton Support and Yonex Flying Clamps. But id like 2 have some nice Central Clamps.

    Ty Fab

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlowe88 View Post
    Michal, yes, thanks for this. I had already had this idea and also had seen what others had been doing. My problem is the four bolts are tightened so much, that I cannot loosen them with a 6mm hex right-angle screwdriver. The ones on the bottom are similar. Also I see that this machine has an AEF serial number, so I guess AEF makes them. I will see if I can find a larger 6mm allen key.
    After stringing a few racquets, and having the handle keep hitting the Wise, I decided it was time to raise the turntable. The bolts were so tight, I had to use a rubber mallet to bash the allen key to loosen them. Also when the turntable was turning, it wasn't smooth, so it was a chance to look at the bearings. After removing it all, I found a broken bearing race on the bottom bearing. I made a spacer out of 12mm thick aluminium that I happened to have sitting around. I bored out the center so that it would fit the head of the bolt. Incidentally this entire design leaves much to be desired. The reason why the turning is so tight is because everything turns around a 10mm diameter bolt. To prevent slop, the bolt has to be tightened up against the bearing so that it is almost unable to be turned by hand, but then it does work when the turntable is mounted, due to the weight. This quite likely will also lead to premature failure of the bearings. Anyway, I had to also fit a few extra washers to get clearance for the racquet handle. Ideally I should raise it by 15mm or a little more. I will look at a redesign of this area in the near future to make it much more robust.
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    waiting Wise 2086 for my EXThree EX2600 ---> expectations face hihihi

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    Here is mine.victor c-7032, arrival at 20131120,i'm eager for the 1st string break... Name:  01.jpg
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    The club I string at ordered Alpha Ghost. Was pretty fun to use!!

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    Hope you turned the load spreaders around first

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    @kakinami ,

    I tried replying to your PM but your inbox is full. If you can PM me your email I can send it there.

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    I won't buy anything from them anymore.Not very good customer service.Name:  rsz_desktop.jpg
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    who won't you be buying from anymore?

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    It's not as fancy as some of the others on here but can I still join your club?

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