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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgbad View Post
    I do not know if this is the normal speed by stringers here in bc. But this speed is incredible! IF i can thread this fast on the crosses, i wouldnt want to preweave I think the stringer in the video did a loop to prevent tension lost on last string.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euSBZ...eature=related
    but i think she's not a member here, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojopin View Post
    but if i try to weave too many crosses, the strings starts to coil and chafe and the whole thing gets really bogged down and slow I need to loosen out each cross and make sure its not coiled before it tension it. sucks.
    r u preweaving it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgbad View Post
    When i was doing it, i experienced some trouble when feeding it through a grommet with my side support blocking it. Any idea how i can avoid that?
    Ever try cutting the string at an angle then angle the string either up or down while trying to put it in the difficult shared hole?

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    my personal record is 35mins. it was slightly rushed but not overly so. repeated it on 2 occasions.

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    Yeah! mine too now ............ after over 200 rackets. Wish u all the best in this.

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    14 mins from mounting to finish~ =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_Shum View Post
    14 mins from mounting to finish~ =)
    wow. do you pull every string? any other shortcuts?

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    yup..i pull string by string..but take into consideration i string over 20 rackets PER day..lol no shortcuts ever~

    credits to Yonex ES5Pro~

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    WOW!! FAST!! Faster than US Open Stringers, They just under 20 minutes, I was watching them. They using ES5 Pro and ProTech too

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    Quote Originally Posted by kakinami View Post
    WOW!! FAST!! Faster than US Open Stringers, They just under 20 minutes, I was watching them. They using ES5 Pro and ProTech too
    yeaa..but difference is they dun work non-stop like me everyday for 9-10 hours lolzz~~

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    Hey Ah_Shum, how do you pre-weave both main and cross in two minutes?! Or do you simply do the main and then do the cross as you tighten them, just like in that video a few posts ago? I've tried using the string mover to free up shared grommets just like in the video, but it doesn't seem to work quite as well for me. Do you really have to put a lot of power into tugging the mains?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejym View Post
    Hey Ah_Shum, how do you pre-weave both main and cross in two minutes?! Or do you simply do the main and then do the cross as you tighten them, just like in that video a few posts ago? I've tried using the string mover to free up shared grommets just like in the video, but it doesn't seem to work quite as well for me. Do you really have to put a lot of power into tugging the mains?
    heyzzz..i don't realli pre-weave @ all..just for the mains the first 7 if im using a package..n crosses just string 2 lines tension 1.. =)

    i dun realli believe in pre-weaving too much (especially the whole racket) cuz that can cause friction to strings n causes them to break a lil faster~..

    n...i use 2 piece..cuz yonex canada here recommends u to use 2 piece or else it if the customer snaps the racket in however way they can it yonex most of the time will void 1 piece string jobs
    Last edited by Ah_Shum; 07-28-2010 at 04:17 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_Shum View Post
    heyzzz..i don't realli pre-weave @ all..just for the mains the first 7 if im using a package..n crosses just string 2 lines tension 1.. =)

    i dun realli believe in pre-weaving too much (especially the whole racket) cuz that can cause friction to strings n causes them to break a lil faster~..

    n...i use 2 piece..cuz yonex canada here recommends u to use 2 piece or else it if the customer snaps the racket in however way they can it yonex most of the time will void 1 piece string jobs
    I see. How would Yonex know whether it was a 1-piece or 2-piece string job? Usually when I break a string or a racket I'll remove the string...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejym View Post
    I see. How would Yonex know whether it was a 1-piece or 2-piece string job? Usually when I break a string or a racket I'll remove the string...
    cuz lotta times how ppl crack their rackets is due to collision or smacking the ground or sth~..cuz then if u cut the string the racket will fall apart lol..

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    Yonex USA says you have to have strings intact or else voids warranty. Then they can count the knots.
    Quote Originally Posted by thejym View Post
    I see. How would Yonex know whether it was a 1-piece or 2-piece string job? Usually when I break a string or a racket I'll remove the string...

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    Do you pull 2 crosses at the same time with 1 pull?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kakinami View Post
    Yonex USA says you have to have strings intact or else voids warranty. Then they can count the knots.
    That's interesting. My friend has broken his AT700 three times, and at least one time he removed the string before having the shop send it in. He's currently on his 4th one

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