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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    Do you guys sleep at all, occasionally?
    Not really, think about stringing most of the time. Kinda sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    kwun, are you a photographer ?
    i take photos. i guess that count me as one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    Do you guys sleep at all, occasionally?
    not when i have a new stringing machine sitting in front of me. i want to string more rackets! which string should i cut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kakinami View Post
    Not really, think about stringing most of the time. Kinda sucks
    you can dream about it too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kakinami View Post
    check his pics of his machine!! Looks Professionally shot!!!
    Yeah, that is correct, kakinami, the photos has been taken out professionally.

    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    i take photos. i guess that count me as one!
    Ooops.. i think my question is incomplete. I wanna ask are you a professional photographer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Ooops.. i think my question is incomplete. I wanna ask are you a professional photographer?
    nah. i am just an amateur who can take OK looking photos. professional photographers will laugh at those pics that i took.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    nah. i am just an amateur who can take OK looking photos. professional photographers will laugh at those pics that i took.
    If the professional photographers laugh at those pics that you have taken, challenge them on the badminton court....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kakinami View Post
    Not really, think about stringing most of the time. Kinda sucks
    Boo frickin' hoo - try thinking about stringing most of the time and not having your own Protech!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    re: stand.

    your Gamma already have a tool tray!

    and that tray makes so much more sense. the one on the Eagnas is too low. my old back cannot bend that much anymore!

    the string also wraps around the tray every so often. the Gamma 6004 one is also similar in setup. i am actually considering not installing it.

    btw, can you measure the size of your tool tray for me? do you find it sufficient in size?
    Man, your guys all have these fancy tool trays. My M140 does not come with any tool trays at all. So, I use a clean chinese food take out box (use to be for peking duck :-D) for the tool tray. Of course, since M140 is a portable machine, I simply just put the tray on the same table, next to the machine.

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    /jealous...

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    FYI, this crazy dude actually took that orange piece to AE so it can be signed...

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    here are more pics of AK's Yonex ES5 Pro....

    crazy dude actually took the orange piece off to take to AE. i wonder if he stuff his dirty laundry inside...

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    can you identify all the autographs??

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    FYI, this crazy dude actually took that orange piece to AE so it can be signed...
    Alan was beaming like a happy bunny when he said to me that he got autographs from the players^^.

    Anyways, pardon for the messy room and grainy pictures. This is my set-up.
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    45 Degree view

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    Top View (I tried my best, my machine is sat on top of a book shelf)

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    The turn-table with Michal Sideposts taped with Graps to prevent strings grazing the sideposts at a certain angles. Clamps are W&D 5-tooth Universal Clamps (I actually have 2 sets, 1 for 0.70mm to 0.68mm another for 0.62mm to 0.66mm. It saves me from turning the knob on the clamp which are quite troublesome sometimes. Bought an extra set by mistake previously and decided to keep it.) Load spreaders are placed on both North and South towers but with the North tower's stock padding sawed to accommodate to stringing the top string of rackets.


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    A closer look at the tray, 2 Yonex Flying Clamps, 1 String mover, 1 Plier, 1 Cutter (These are the equipment I use to string regularly).

    I also have a pair of superfine precision tweezers, an awl which I rarely ever use, Allen key for tightening of the base clamps and also another set of Load spreaders (Coloured version) from MBS that are sawed off to fit 96 holes rackets' head as the normal ones do not fit the rackets. These are all in the tray as well but are not in the shot.


    Feel free to comment guys.^^

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    My old machine (selling) Laserfibre MS200TT with T98 double action fixed clamps:
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    There's really no point to this thread any more - Alan's kit makes the rest of ours look like home-made cr*p.

    Somebody needs to come in with some pics of a Babolat Sensor Expert Dual to knock him off his perch.

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    But it's still fun trying to modify our cheap-ass little Astra's to his Rolls Royce though. Haha

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