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    so i saw something earlier about the 10% rule for the cross and mains, are you using it for this machine? what have you concluded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinavip View Post
    so i saw something earlier about the 10% rule for the cross and mains, are you using it for this machine? what have you concluded?
    inconclusive for now. still in experimental stage.

    what are other people's experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    today, i finally received the badminton end support that i was supposed to have gotten 1.5 months ago. Gamma again and again sent the wrong parts to me. but finally, i received it.

    now i can weave and tension the top cross properly.

    it was tight fit and i added some grease to ease the movement of the end support.
    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Photos please .
    here...

    Ti-10 Gen2 strung 22x22 pattern, tension is 27lbs x 27lbs. usually with aftermarket load spreader there is no space to weave the top cross and it ends up bent. with the Gamma end support there is tons of space left.

    the only drawback might be it is 3 fingers instead of 5. but so far there seems to be no problems.


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    Wonder if the Babolat rackets will have problems... 20 mains means the holes are spaced wider, and they certainly make a mockery of my MBS load-spreaders.

    Side-note - I'm furious you chose a Ti-10 yellow; I've been after one of those for a YEAR now!

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    babolat badminton racket has tennis spacing: the strings are closer on the middle than on the sides. so it is not a problem at all. even if it is uniform spacing, 10% is hardly of an issue.

    and i verified it with my Babolat.

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    i have since strung 25 rackets on the new end support. rock solid. no issues with it at all. the thin profile makes weaving the top cross a breeze and it never gets in the way nor have a string tangles on the teeth.

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    Bro Kwun,

    I am currently using the Eagnas Combo 810 - crank machine with Michal's Side Support, if I happen to have budget for upgrading;

    Do you recommend to upgrade the turn-table to Gamma (6-points) and continue using the crank or stick to the current setup, with WISE 2086?

    As you know, Strinigng is an expensive hobby and not really making money, so any investment must careful.

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    dollar by dollar, the electronic head for $500 will be much better than upgrade to the crank than the $1300 Gamma turntable + stand vs. the Eagnas turntable.

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    ... just buy the WISE2086 and put into your machine ...

    Actually if you could find 3 guys and join together to purchase it, it may be cheaper ...
    You may contact moongose (mustafa) who living near CCK area, also sgbad so can join together with them to purchase it ...

    Wise2086 is a good head, but once you have a problem, you will be finished, coz you are very far from the seller (in the US).

    Quote Originally Posted by shuennms View Post
    Bro Kwun,
    I am currently using the Eagnas Combo 810 - crank machine with Michal's Side Support, if I happen to have budget for upgrading;
    Do you recommend to upgrade the turn-table to Gamma (6-points) and continue using the crank or stick to the current setup, with WISE 2086?
    As you know, Strinigng is an expensive hobby and not really making money, so any investment must careful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan.v View Post
    I managed to do Victor's 80 grommets pattern with flying clamps last week! Was definitely one of the most challenging string jobs I've had to do! heh
    wow, Victor 80 pattern with only flying clamps My machine has only one fixed clamp and I found the Victor 80 hole pattern hard to do already. Wish I had a 6pt 6004... As someone said, must...resist...urge

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie0517 View Post
    wow, Victor 80 pattern with only flying clamps My machine has only one fixed clamp and I found the Victor 80 hole pattern hard to do already. Wish I had a 6pt 6004... As someone said, must...resist...urge
    After doing it with fixed clamps, I have to say that doing it with flying clamps isn't really much harder :P In both case you have to make use of your starting clamp during the process :P

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    I JUST BOUGHT MYSELF THE GAMMA 6004!! strung 20 rackets so far, this machine is very solid, Loving it

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    Kwun, killer pics and set up. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    dollar by dollar, the electronic head for $500 will be much better than upgrade to the crank than the $1300 Gamma turntable + stand vs. the Eagnas turntable.
    Bro Kwun & Maa2003,Just would want to thank you guys for the advise and also update you that I have got the wise head. My stringing machine is running much better now, but I would also like to say that I learnt a lot from my crank too like calibration, adjust the tensioner, speed of cranking, and etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuennms View Post
    Bro Kwun & Maa2003,Just would want to thank you guys for the advise and also update you that I have got the wise head. My stringing machine is running much better now, but I would also like to say that I learnt a lot from my crank too like calibration, adjust the tensioner, speed of cranking, and etc.
    post the pics please ...
    do you still play at CCK and do recording the games ?
    Maybe one day I will come to visit you there ...

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    Eagnas Combo 810 with Chudek's Side Support and Tennishead 2086

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    Wheels was removed due to the height is too much for me.

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    Still tempted to get Gamma 6004 though

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    Removed the Eagnas Fixed Clamp, MBS Flying Clamp still the best !!!

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    Strung 30x rackets with ease and never regret getting this


    Playing Location no longer at CCK Sports Hall, we shifted to Unity Primary School (We miss you, Maa2003!)

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...to-8pm/page238


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    Stop for a while already, maybe should start again soon as watching own play can really improve

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuennms View Post
    Bro Kwun,

    I am currently using the Eagnas Combo 810 - crank machine with Michal's Side Support, if I happen to have budget for upgrading;

    Do you recommend to upgrade the turn-table to Gamma (6-points) and continue using the crank or stick to the current setup, with WISE 2086?

    As you know, Strinigng is an expensive hobby and not really making money, so any investment must careful.
    The GAMMA turntables do NOT work with Eagnas stands. The 4 bolt pattern is different size. Hope that helps.

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