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    congratulation, nice combo, u'r in Missy too? did you get the Wise 2086 in Can or States? if shipped from States how much came out to be? thinking to get one
    thanks
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    Got my new Gamma 6004/Wise 2086 SUPER EXCITED! Attachment 128369

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    http://www.apbstringers.co.uk/ if you want to find out more about the pros pro and any stringing related posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlboro View Post
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    is Malboro also called Albert ?
    great job, make a new hole at the bar and using the original adapter plus increase the height of turntable ...

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    Some more pictures of the mod

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003 View Post
    is Malboro also called Albert ?
    One and only

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlboro View Post
    Pro's Pro Shuttle Express + Wise 2086 + Messy Background + Self Engineering to allowed 360 Deg. rotation
    Nice, i have the exact same setup, but mounted a little differently (pic of mine on page 1 of this thread). I see you too have ditched the clamp down mount ... one thing i did with mine was to get some glue lined heatshrink and put over the 12/6 mounting posts, with an off cut from a zip cable tie facing outwards to make a square face for the loadspreader to mount on (or just direct to the racket frame if needed).

    What i would like to do with mine is to make an L shaped main bar to raise up my turntable enough for 360 clearance, as it is now i raised the side supports with longer bolts, so the frame doesn't actually touch anywhere except the 6 mounting points.

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    ASE, Wise2086 and 360' racquet rotation. Very interesting.
    Few weeks ago I designed for one of the BC members something simpler.

    High resolution here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1140207...64711567665986
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Rav_ View Post
    Nice, i have the exact same setup, but mounted a little differently (pic of mine on page 1 of this thread). I see you too have ditched the clamp down mount ... one thing i did with mine was to get some glue lined heatshrink and put over the 12/6 mounting posts, with an off cut from a zip cable tie facing outwards to make a square face for the loadspreader to mount on (or just direct to the racket frame if needed).

    What i would like to do with mine is to make an L shaped main bar to raise up my turntable enough for 360 clearance, as it is now i raised the side supports with longer bolts, so the frame doesn't actually touch anywhere except the 6 mounting points.
    I just file it flat
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    Here's the machine I'm using/learning on at the moment - my Grandad's (at his house). Don't know what make it is, think he said he bought it in around 1977....

    Tension checked the other day, 25 on the dial is 24. Strung these new rackets at an indicated 26 which is the most I dared to do without side supports and approx 24lbs after tension loss seems to suit me best anyway. (BG80 Power string for anyone wondering)

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    Default Eagnas Flex-740 and DIY stand

    I made this DIY stand with a office chair base and wood.
    It does not look good, but it's rigid and very useful,
    with tool trays, the whole machine is turnable,
    the height is adjustable and very ease to move with wheels installed.
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    Well here's mine, bought it from Watdon, the instruction manuals were cryptic as hell, took me 2 hours to set up the machine and mount the Wise

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    Default Sergio's Machine

    Hi,

    Decided to share some pics of my stringing machine. Here are some features:
    • Premium Stringer 3600
      • Base was cut to move tension head closer to mounts to allow pre weaving.

    • W&D Dual Clamps
    • Michal Chudek
    • Gamma Quick Action Base Clamps
    • W&D Load Spreaders
    • Wise 2086
      • Becuase I was able to move the tension head closer, i had to drill holes in the machine to mount the tension head

    • Pro's Pro Universal Floor Stand


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    Quote Originally Posted by sgodoy View Post
    Hi,

    Decided to share some pics of my stringing machine. Here are some features:
    • Premium Stringer 3600
      • Base was cut to move tension head closer to mounts to allow pre weaving.

    • W&D Dual Clamps
    • Michal Chudek
    • Gamma Quick Action Base Clamps
    • W&D Load Spreaders
    • Wise 2086
      • Becuase I was able to move the tension head closer, i had to drill holes in the machine to mount the tension head

    • Pro's Pro Universal Floor Stand


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    that's some pretty hardcore modding to your machine. thanks for sharing.

    with the tensioner so close, are you able to put on the diablo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    that's some pretty hardcore modding to your machine. thanks for sharing.

    with the tensioner so close, are you able to put on the diablo?
    Sure can, the picture make it look close than it is. The difficult part of this mod was cutting the base of the turn style. Good thing was that they constructed the base out of aluminum so i was able to use a chop saw with a sepcial aluminum cutting blade. The original mounts that came with the Premium 3600 were not good at all for badminton, the racquet kept moving so, I did some research and order these custom mounts which was the best investment for this machine. The Gamma fix clamp base didnt not install easy either. I needed to go to the local hardware store and buy some extra washers as the nut and bots were to close. This caused to much friction making the Gamma bases move very stiff; the washers solved that issue. I used the old Wise 2086 tension head before but this new model I have on this machine is an improved model. The string gripper is designed a bit different but seems to grip the string at lower position and that seems to aid in gripping. The other change was that the new Wise model can tension as low as 15lbs but I dont see that i will go that low. I love the fact that I decided to go with the table top model as I have taken this to tournaments around Southern California and used it in many occasions, string racquets for my friends.

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    Got myself a new Yonex Protech 8 - makes stringing a breeze!

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