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    Successfully strung a Forza Training racquet (115 grams) to 33 lbs X 36 lbs (adjusted crank tension). The string is Yonex BG-65. The tensioner is calibrated such that a 33 lbs reference tension will drop to 32 lbs 10 seconds after lock out. Every string was double pulled.

    The side supports from the throat side don't get in the way of clamping the tenth main strings. Excellent!!!

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    Future project includes adapting the LF/SW tensioner to the crank rail.

    The second-generation WISE head is wait and see upgrade. Further patience is required until all the bugs are worked out.

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    Holy Crap! Pete, is it even playable?!

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    Successfully strung a Forza Training racquet (115 grams) to 33 lbs X 36 lbs (adjusted crank tension). The string is Yonex BG-65. The tensioner is calibrated such that a 33 lbs reference tension will drop to 32 lbs 10 seconds after lock out. Every string was double pulled.

    The side supports from the throat side don't get in the way of clamping the tenth main strings. Excellent!!!

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    you double pulled ever string?
    how long did it take you?

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    Will find oiut next week .

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    Holy Crap! Pete, is it even playable?!

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    Surprisingly fast actually, thanks to the smooth and easy action of the tensioner and clamps.

    Quote Originally Posted by jerby View Post
    you double pulled ever string?
    how long did it take you?

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    Default Gamma 6004 Six-Point Suspension Stringer

    Sorry to keep everyone waiting but here are the preliminary photos of the stringer.
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    Default Cab 20

    Here is a CAB 20 strung to 25 lbs.
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    Default Ti-10

    Ti-10 strung to 32 lbs X 35 lbs.
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    Default At-900 P

    Another 32 lbs X 35 lbs string job. Just my opinion, the AT series has very thin graphite.
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    Default SP Tennis Electronic Calibrator

    The Gamma is pretty stable so far without much adjustment to the lockout tension.
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    Dear Peter the Great,

    Looks good. Stop giving me a hard on. I am thinking about coming over to VAN to give your Gamma a try!

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    Dear Great GrandMaster SH (with a Hard On),

    C(o)me to Vancouver ASAP or your will prematurely let out your frustration .

    Okie, back to topic. Here is a graph of constant pull versus crank (lockout). The stringer should adjust the crank such that the locked out tension (a few minutes after lock out) matches the reference tension.
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    Default Different Brand of Lockout Machines

    Different machines will have different locked out tension drop. So, an electronic calibrator is a must.

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    Oh Peter the Great,

    I have to go to the emergency room because my badminton racquet shaft was hard over 4 hr... Got to go to sleep after milking so many boy cow...

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    Starting the main and doing the cross . . .
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    hi Pete LSD, for the badminton shoulder-support, is the bottom-pad similar with the one for tennis ? I mean just change the top-pad to badminton one ?

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