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    I think I see the hole in the first photo you posted .

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    Did you take out the rubber stopper?

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    the job is not bad but one grommet is missing or broken at 12 o'clock!!
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    the job is not bad but one grommet is missing or broken at 12 o'clock!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MING PARIS
    the job is not bad but one grommet is missing or broken at 12 o'clock!!
    MING
    Good eye.. but this is just a test racket for me to string on. After all, if you hadn't noticed the racket has no shaft or handle.... it broke "Dink" style but not by me!! LOL....

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    yes I saw it but I was not sure ,I thought it was a default of the picture!!!
    I usually replace the broken grommet for the people I restring !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    Another method to minimize axial twist to pre-stretching the cross string as suggested by Neil N. You pre-stretch outside of the stringing machine.
    I don't remember saying that. It reduces coil memory.

    to reduce the twisting when pulling through a shared hole, you need to reduce the pressure the tensioned string puts on the string you are threading through.
    You can use a string puller (like an awl but with a hook on the end) to move the tensioned string so as to make a clearer route through the hole.

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    Haven't been here for a whiile. Anyway with "winter" coming (you never know what to expect in Toronto these days), and high school badminton season about to start, I've started getting prepared. There is a new mount for badminton racquets made from Stringway. I have finally recieved it from Tim along with a new set of all the orange support peices (very convenient). I will post pictures and comment on their functionality when I have finished stringing tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishmilk
    Haven't been here for a whiile. Anyway with "winter" coming (you never know what to expect in Toronto these days), and high school badminton season about to start, I've started getting prepared. There is a new mount for badminton racquets made from Stringway. I have finally recieved it from Tim along with a new set of all the orange support peices (very convenient). I will post pictures and comment on their functionality when I have finished stringing tonight.
    Looking forward to the pics!! Any news on badminton fixed clamps??

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    yes, we need photos. But I swear I will not deal with LaserFibre again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    yes, we need photos. But I swear I will not deal with LaserFibre again.
    What? Why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    yes, we need photos. But I swear I will not deal with LaserFibre again.
    Yeah why's that Pete? Tim has always been more than helpful, mind you sometimes things get a little slow but be understanding that this man handles just about everything.

    So basically those are the two new pieces. They come in two sizes, black one is smaller. I've only tried the orange so far and I can safely say that with supergrap between the frame and the supports, and the new added support, I never noticed the frame sliding. This is not my racquet, but when I have time I will redo some of my rackets at 25 lbs and give you further feedback. Here are the pictures I promised, hope you guys enjoy them, took me a lot of time taking and uploading them.







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    I still prefer the the two head plates modification. The support is more spread out - true six-point internal supports. I don't hear much sound from my racquet . 25 lbs will not cut it. You should try 32 lbs and see how it holds up.
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    He doesn't walk the talk. Wrong parts were sent. Replacement parts for the wrong parts were never delivered.

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    What? Why not?

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    I want my parts, not what he says he will do. I just had it for more than half a year of BS.

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    From Fishmilk:

    Yeah why's that Pete? Tim has always been more than helpful, mind you sometimes things get a little slow but be understanding that this man handles just about everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    He doesn't walk the talk. Wrong parts were sent. Replacement parts for the wrong parts were never delivered.
    OK, but the MS200DX looked so promising.

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    Well for not having to pay a cent, this is a nice upgrade. It does the job better now, I would say.

    About Tim, remember when I pm'd you Pete? Way back in April/May, telling you there was this part available. Well it was supposed to be on its way but I never got it, and I forgot since badminton season was over and I was totally into tennis. In about October it hit me that I never recieved this package, and I sent Tim an e-mail regarding that. I never got a reply, and I angrily typed off a complaint (mind you still being very professional, but angry) about not being served. I got a reply in a couple of days from Tim saying that he had not replied because he had sent me another one, but he verified my address and promised another one. Sure enough it has come.

    Tim's a great guy in my mind still, sure nobody likes waiting, but just try to keep in mind he's just one person running just about everything in Laserfibre. Sometimes he'll need a good poke in the back to get him going, but if you treat him well, he'll get you what you want.

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