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Thread: Stringing Set Up.
04-16-2006, 01:27 AM #18
Badminton Fixed Clamps
I was told from Stringway that badminton fixed clamps are available but Laserfibre didn't tell me. It's essentially the same fixed clamps for tennis minus the two outer teeth.
04-16-2006, 01:55 AM #19
Yeah I want to get my head and throat plates replaced as well. My headplate only has 2 supports, and my throat is the cheaper one.
I think flying clamps are much faster for badminton though... although I'm considering getting fixed ones for tennis and it'd also be useful for newer racquets where the last few main strings are really hard for a flying clamp to string.
04-16-2006, 11:14 AM #20
Pete, can you post some pictures of your set up, especially with a racquet mounted on it?
Anyone else? Anyone with a Sensor Expert, Technifibre or ES5Pro.
04-16-2006, 03:43 PM #21Originally Posted by Pete LSD
04-16-2006, 04:00 PM #22
I will at a later time. Maybe when LB is here!!! LB, please bring your digital camera along . Mine sucks in the resolution department.
For Babolat Sensor, we can go to Tad and ask Gary to borrow his machine when he is not busy stringing (I doubt he isn't busy most of the time).
Originally Posted by Quasimodo
04-16-2006, 04:03 PM #23
The tennis fixed clamps don't fit well at all. I use Yonex and Gamma flying clamps for every cross string.
Originally Posted by LazyBuddy
04-16-2006, 05:51 PM #24
They can hold the stirng fine, but they're just so chunky they get in the way. It's useful though, when doing the mains, and you have to clamp the 9th and 12th main string.
05-12-2006, 05:50 AM #25
re machine model
what EAGNAS machine model is that ?
05-12-2006, 12:30 PM #26
10-15-2006, 05:03 AM #27
ATS Super Stringer 2
This is my ATS Super Stringer 2. It currently has the following:
- dropweight(10lb to 90lb)
- 2pt mounting
- 2 badminton clamps, 2 tennis clamps
- 4 different spacers
- Basic tools(awl, pliers, wire cutter, etc)
- Lazybuddy Starting Pin <---Favorite
Posts with Spacers:
Offtopic: Tennis Rackets
-Thanks for looking
Last edited by zasboy; 10-15-2006 at 05:05 AM.
10-15-2006, 08:50 AM #28
Very nice setup. One question, as you can see from the picture "racquet mounted" the tide off hole is blocked by the plate. How do you tide the last knot?
10-16-2006, 01:04 PM #29
Good question. If I'm starting the crosses, I would use an anchor knot to start the process. This knot can be slid down easily onto the grommet with the top plate on. When I am finished with the crosses and need to tie the last string off with a double half-hitch knot, I slightly remove the top plate and turn it 90 degrees and re-tighten. According to the engineer at ATS, he said that if the racket is completely strung and cannot loose tension, it would be fine removing the top plate because the next step would be removing the racket once it's finished.
10-16-2006, 03:04 PM #30
Good setup. Maybe also keep a nail cutter handy (but keep away from strings), it works much better than razor blade or wire cutter.
07-13-2007, 09:42 PM #31
I just purchased a Flash 930. Was wondering if the badminton racquet being strung rests flatly on all four K brackets and on the black pads on the head and throat. Seems on my machine, if the rackets lays on the K brackets, it doesn't touch the black pads -- it is maybe 3/8" too high..
07-16-2007, 11:47 PM #32
07-17-2007, 01:34 AM #33
When Eagnas states suspension mounting system and 10 point support -- do they mean side and bottom support for the 4 K brackets (8 total) and then side support for the head/throat (2 total) for 10 points?
I'm wondering if there is some adjustment to make the black pads higher. As a work around, I might find something to place on the black pads so the head and throat touch and rest on it...
07-17-2007, 09:02 AM #34
It is not supposed to touch the black pads; It is supposed to be slightly higher and thats fine; You have to be very careful to give extra padding at the head to avoid "high-noon" disease.
That is correct(10 point system)
As far as I know there is no way to make the black pads higher;
But then again, the 'key" to give lots of padding at the 12 O' clock position.
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