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    I need one that's hi res. google and youtube are too small for my screen.

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    ask dink for original copy.

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    I rewatched this just because, and I noticed two very minor things Dink does that saves time and increases accuracy.

    1) In order to save time, with his opposite hand Dink "loosens" the string he's about the tug with the string mover. Watch it and you'll notice it. What it seems to do is give him a little more play to get the hook in there and tug that string out. Very minor detail, but seems to save time, putting the string mover down, moving the string out a little bit, and picking up the string mover. Very fluid, very natural.

    (Only during crosses)
    2) When cranking, Dink seems to crank pretty fast, but if you notice, he only does about 90% of the crank right away, and slows on the last part before it locks out. During those last moments he aligns the string and prepares to move the fly clamps in less than a moment after it locks out. This seems to keep the tension consistent through out the job, seeing how he doesnt give the crank time to lose tension.

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    I've got the stringing video but not the pre-string one. Has anyone got the video of dink doing the prestring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by illusionistpro View Post
    I rewatched this just because, and I noticed two very minor things Dink does that saves time and increases accuracy.

    1) In order to save time, with his opposite hand Dink "loosens" the string he's about the tug with the string mover. Watch it and you'll notice it. What it seems to do is give him a little more play to get the hook in there and tug that string out. Very minor detail, but seems to save time, putting the string mover down, moving the string out a little bit, and picking up the string mover. Very fluid, very natural.

    (Only during crosses)
    2) When cranking, Dink seems to crank pretty fast, but if you notice, he only does about 90% of the crank right away, and slows on the last part before it locks out. During those last moments he aligns the string and prepares to move the fly clamps in less than a moment after it locks out. This seems to keep the tension consistent through out the job, seeing how he doesnt give the crank time to lose tension.

    So you still have the video? Can you please send it to me?
    Many thanks!

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    BTW, I haven't see dinkalot for quite some time now. What happened to him???

    Quote Originally Posted by blundey View Post
    ask dink for original copy.

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    I have the video but i cant send it. Dink has it up on google video still so you guys can find it there. Quality still isnt the best, but its fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by din View Post
    BTW, I haven't see dinkalot for quite some time now. What happened to him???
    He's planning the next course of action
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    Quote Originally Posted by liint View Post
    Nope, the tension in the line will be consistent across the length (minus friction) but this may be remedied with a double pull. A simple test would be to use a starting clamp to hold the string and to pull the first two mains on a racket with a single pull. Any tension difference should be reflected in different tones when you pluck the strings.
    Why not just pull each string like the stringers at the World Championships or any Yonex sponsored event? Double pull is a waste of time since you would pull each string anyways? Why not REALLY remedy that laziness by pulling each string and providing a professional string job? Just curious.....

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    Default Video expired??

    The video is no longer available..Could Someone upload it again??
    Thanks

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    ya i could use a copy >< thanks!!

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    I believe posting the link here may help , to everyone that comes and sees the last page.

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...05964464114226

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    Master Panda weaving a racket
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=I3ZT6L82

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    Master Panda stringing a racket
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=FTZ866KK

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    many thanks to BadFever for reposting the videos =)

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    Master Panda stringing a racket 2
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=RK7VNENQ

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    could someone upload it to mediafire..please?!
    thanks

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