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    Man, I consider myself a prick when it comes to stringing but I guess you outdo me . Hope everything works out. And remember to post photos and videos like our beloved Panda, Master Dan.

    Quote Originally Posted by angel tech
    I'll have a go and post up some pics. It'll be pretty basic first off, but should work, and i'll try to keep the supports as thin as possible.

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    Ektelon H wasn't a speedy machine . I am shocked . I have seen amazingly fast string jobs with these machines.

    ST-200 actually get pretty thick metal but not enough of it . You can actually convert it into a double swivel clamp system or glide bar system.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kelvin
    well, that's not to say ektelon H wasn't a very speedy machine for stringing... 2pt mount & the glidebar system... also the wear probably happened over a longer period of time; volume dependent I'm assuming.

    As Angel tech mentioned, the build of the machine itself really was very high quality (machines have been in service for over 10+ years and still going)... the cheapo crank machine i had (st200) by comparison, was by far lower quality, but still got the job done, and done well.

    I agree as you guys mentioned in previous posts... its not the machine that makes the stringer, its the stringer that makes the machine.

    Master Pete, & Angel Tech, you both have some amazing machines!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    Ektelon H wasn't a speedy machine . I am shocked . I have seen amazingly fast string jobs with these machines.

    ST-200 actually get pretty thick metal but not enough of it . You can actually convert it into a double swivel clamp system or glide bar system.
    If you reread what I wrote, I said "its not to say it is not a speedy machine" meaning its not slow. lol

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    Dink! I was too focused on a section of the sentence you wrote . Sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by Kelvin
    If you reread what I wrote, I said "its not to say it is not a speedy machine" meaning its not slow. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    Dink! I was too focused on a section of the sentence you wrote . Sorry
    LOL no no, my apologies Master Pete, I sometimes over analyze what I'm thinking, before I write, and the information comes out all garbled.

    to correct myself, I believe the fastest string jobs (no matter what racquet sport) I have ever witnessed first hand were done on ektelon H, or similar machines, with just the 2 mounting points and glide bar fixed clamps.

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