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    Default Eagnas Flex 940

    This is a request for owners of this stringing machine to post high-resolution photos for the fanatics to admire . You know who you are . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    You know who you are . . .
    Errrrr...meeeeeeeee? OK, I will tonight...

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    Not high resolution but hopefully good enough. If you want true high resolution pictures or some other close-ups, please advise.
















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    sexy pics DinkAlot. that's a lot of spare strings you have in that box AND the reels to the left of the machine. Geeza!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthHowie
    sexy pics DinkAlot. that's a lot of spare strings you have in that box AND the reels to the left of the machine. Geeza!!
    Yeah, just some miscellaneous string:

    ~100 packs of MMOA Titan 0.68mm
    ~75 packs of Fleet Titanium 0.70mm
    ~100 packs of True Speed Power 0.69mm
    3 reels of MMOA Titan 0.69mm
    1 reel of Ashaway PG65 0.70mm


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    Dinkkk, you have more inventory than me and my friends combined!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    Dinkkk, you have more inventory than me and my friends combined!!!
    I won't show you the other box then.

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    i realize now that i'm not a hardcore badminton player thanks to you. I bow down to the great DinkAlot

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    Nice pre-weaving job. Is the other box Yonex strings???

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    since when does the flex 940 have spring fixed clamp bases?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthHowie
    i realize now that i'm not a hardcore badminton player thanks to you. I bow down to the great DinkAlot
    Not me Sir...errrrr...Darth. I just have some rackets to string.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart
    Nice pre-weaving job. Is the other box Yonex strings???
    Thanks, pre-weaving is the way to go.

    And it's a variety of string; the other box is not all mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkinJapan
    since when does the flex 940 have spring fixed clamp bases?
    Ahhhhh, I see have a true badminton expert here! I bow down.

    The 940 does not come with spring fixed clamps. I custom made the springs. Well, I should say I found the springs.

    The distance from clamp to the string bed without the spring is about 1"-1.5". It's no big deal except it's a bit funny when you clamp the first string (clamp will sag because there isn't tension both ways) and takes a bit longer to move the clamp into position from ~1" out. I added the springs (I found from my miscellaneous junk/tool box and they were a perfect fit), now the clamp is only 0.25" away from the string bed. It's now faster and easier to use.

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    That's not where you normally string, is it? Right up against a wall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quasimodo
    That's not where you normally string, is it? Right up against a wall?
    Man, tough crowd today. Oh wait, it's BC, where every day is tough crowd day.

    Of course I don't just string right up against the wall...I turn off the lights of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Ahhhhh, I see have a true badminton expert here! I bow down.

    The 940 does not come with spring fixed clamps. I custom made the springs. Well, I should say I found the springs.

    The distance from clamp to the string bed without the spring is about 1"-1.5". It's no big deal except it's a bit funny when you clamp the first string (clamp will sag because there isn't tension both ways) and takes a bit longer to move the clamp into position from ~1" out. I added the springs (I found from my miscellaneous junk/tool box and they were a perfect fit), now the clamp is only 0.25" away from the string bed. It's now faster and easier to use.
    Dang you beat me to it. Swivel clamp base with spring-action lever. I take it Eagnas doesn't provide the option to replace the Cone Lock with a spring assisted swivel clamp right?

    Great question MarkInJapan!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthHowie
    Dang you beat me to it. Swivel clamp base with spring-action lever. I take it Eagnas doesn't provide the option to replace the Cone Lock with a spring assisted swivel clamp right?
    I'm not sure but I would suspect if you're willing to pay, Eagnas can do anything for you.

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