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    Quote Originally Posted by HappySachs View Post
    I don't like being too complementary so let me just say you really need to work on your weaving!
    haha. damn it. should never have shown you AK and Walter's videos.

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    This is interesting.

    How can the first two crosses be done without a fixed clamp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    This is interesting.

    How can the first two crosses be done without a fixed clamp?
    I am wondering the same thing... loop it back, skip the 1st cross, and pull the 2nd cross is the only solution I can think of.

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    Saw the video at least 7-10 times.
    When later Started stringing & I came to know that I made a mistake while starting the cross.
    but this was too late since I was done with a tie-off of cross bottom.
    So I made few adjustments to the original design.
    Hope you will like it.

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    Not bad. So did kwun. Started crosses from the 5th cross instead of the 6th. No big deal I guess. Gotta count the crosses before starting crosses.

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    Point of amusement for some - I tried this pattern with a Klippermate last night.... man that was painful. took me almost an hour =S

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    Quote Originally Posted by mackstine View Post
    Point of amusement for some - I tried this pattern with a Klippermate last night.... man that was painful. took me almost an hour =S
    Tried on my klipper m140. Not any slower than yonox 2 pieces. What made it painful, extra clamps, hard weave for the 11th main...?

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    for me it was the extra clamps - there was so little space that I was constantly worried about scratching the racket paint and giving the string mover a good workout. I'm rather worried about tension loss when doing those main-cross transition points.
    Hard weave wasn't that hard to adjust to.
    Maybe I just need more practice, but I can do Yonex 2 pc in about 30 mins...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mackstine View Post
    for me it was the extra clamps - there was so little space that I was constantly worried about scratching the racket paint and giving the string mover a good workout. I'm rather worried about tension loss when doing those main-cross transition points.
    Hard weave wasn't that hard to adjust to.
    Maybe I just need more practice, but I can do Yonex 2 pc in about 30 mins...
    30 mins using m140??? ***Respect***

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    haha thanks... really, it's just practice though. I started out doing rackets for my club, so i'm usually doing about 10 rackets/week. Tried Haribito to spice up my stringing life... =D

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    Just now finished 22x22 on 72 holes Li-Ning UC3120 at 26lbs.
    at LT10 (Left Top 10) I had a issue. If I start Cross from LT9 then the Loops will be very big for the second top part of the stringing So I started cross at LT11 That helped me reduce the loops size on the later Top cross part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqua26 View Post
    Just now finished 22x22 on 72 holes Li-Ning UC3120 at 26lbs.
    at LT10 (Left Top 10) I had a issue. If I start Cross from LT9 then the Loops will be very big for the second top part of the stringing So I started cross at LT11 That helped me reduce the loops size on the later Top cross part.
    I don't understand. Why start from LT9 (u mean A9 hole, right?)? You are supposed to start from LT11 for crosses for 72 holes, or the 5th cross from the top.

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    Ohh I thought I was suppose to start from A9.
    these Pattern are slightly confusing, until to string 10 - 15 rackets.

    This pattern is really powerful & gives amazing feel on string bed.

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    Thanks for the video. I've just posted in the wrong thread asking if you would do progressive stringing with this? I'm thinking 2 steps of 2lbs for the outer 4strings in each direction.

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    Thanks for sharing the video.

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    I do this haribito prof on nrzs @25/27 exactly like kwun video

    1st time with bg66force. String snapped in 30minutes. Feel excellent and lively. All hit felt superb

    2nd time with bg66ultimax . Same method and same tension. Feels very different. Worse ever.. Dunno what to say.. It's totally difference compare 1st job. Every hit has no power consider both are 0.65 string

    i measure both has 95+% identical with almost no deformation on frame

    now. Im gonna try this method with same tension main=cross. Any advice how its gonna perform? Will i find any frame deformation?. 26lbs on both main and cross
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