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    Do somebody know, wich is the lowest tension possible with the Wise 2086?

    I have to string for some people at 18 lbs.

    I saw somewhere on a internet-shop site a remark like that normally it starts at 20 lbs, but when you don't use a lockout function or some thing like that, than it will go with 18 lbs too. It must be on the site of a british sportshop I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdbc74 View Post
    Do somebody know, wich is the lowest tension possible with the Wise 2086?

    I have to string for some people at 18 lbs.

    I saw somewhere on a internet-shop site a remark like that normally it starts at 20 lbs, but when you don't use a lockout function or some thing like that, than it will go with 18 lbs too. It must be on the site of a british sportshop I think.
    20lbs is the lowest my neglected WISE will register as a pull tension. It may go lower if i leave the constant pull off, but then whats the point of the machine if you dont use the cp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdbc74 View Post
    Do somebody know, wich is the lowest tension possible with the Wise 2086?

    I have to string for some people at 18 lbs.

    I saw somewhere on a internet-shop site a remark like that normally it starts at 20 lbs, but when you don't use a lockout function or some thing like that, than it will go with 18 lbs too. It must be on the site of a british sportshop I think.

    If you turn off the constant pull, you effectively have an electronic lock-out machine.

    So, yes, if you turn off the constant pull at 20lbs., you will get about about an equivalent 2lbs. lower string tension...18lbs. (of course it won't be as consistent as with the CP feature turned on).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    If you turn off the constant pull, you effectively have an electronic lock-out machine.

    So, yes, if you turn off the constant pull at 20lbs., you will get about about an equivalent 2lbs. lower string tension...18lbs. (of course it won't be as consistent as with the CP feature turned on).
    Oh, this make sense, i understand, many thanks for the explanation!!!

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    Mine is Exthree 2600 DC lock out machine. I was planning to buy 2086 Tennis head from US through my cousina. In the specification I noticed that it can be calibrated between 70 - 85 lbs. How can I rely on this, since I am stringing for bad.rackets only between 24 - 27 lbs?
    need some suggetion from 2086 users.

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    Mine is Exthree 2600 DC lock out machine. I was planning to buy 2086 Tennis head from US through my cousina. In the specification I noticed that it can be calibrated between 70 - 85 lbs. How can I rely on this for bad.rackets, since I am stringing between 24 - 27 lbs? need reply from 2086 users.

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    Mine is Exthree 2600 DC lock out machine. I was planning to buy 2086 Tennis head from US through my cousina. In the specification I noticed that it can be calibrated between 70 - 85 lbs. How can I rely on this, since I am stringing for bad.rackets only between 24 - 27 lbs?
    need some suggetion from 2086 users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chandsj View Post
    Mine is Exthree 2600 DC lock out machine. I was planning to buy 2086 Tennis head from US through my cousina. In the specification I noticed that it can be calibrated between 70 - 85 lbs. How can I rely on this, since I am stringing for bad.rackets only between 24 - 27 lbs?
    need some suggetion from 2086 users.
    I have Wise2086 tension-head for almost one year, and it is still OK, no need calibration since it has auto-calibration ....

    just buy and you will never regret ....

    the only caution is the electricity supply, it the voltage is not constant, then you'd better buy the voltage-stabilizer ....

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    Just informed by Steve that they had sold out all their Opus Badminton Mounts and they have no plan to refill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003 View Post
    I have Wise2086 tension-head for almost one year, and it is still OK, no need calibration since it has auto-calibration ....

    just buy and you will never regret ....

    the only caution is the electricity supply, it the voltage is not constant, then you'd better buy the voltage-stabilizer ....
    Thanx pal. Now I'm using Wise tennis head (With Volage stabilizer) without any problem.

    chandsj

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    To the greats of the forum, could you please answer the following question for me with your all-knowingness

    I'm stringing with the 2086 and every so often the reader does not get up to the required tension and stops and reads out "7"...is this some sort of error or just indication that it couldn't reach the required tension?

    I've had two racquets I've tried with re-tensioning and then after a while just left it....they came out rather under-strung

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    Quote Originally Posted by PopsiclePete View Post
    To the greats of the forum, could you please answer the following question for me with your all-knowingness

    I'm stringing with the 2086 and every so often the reader does not get up to the required tension and stops and reads out "7"...is this some sort of error or just indication that it couldn't reach the required tension?

    I've had two racquets I've tried with re-tensioning and then after a while just left it....they came out rather under-strung
    ask the supplier where you bought it if still under warranty.

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    I finally decided to join the WISE 2086 club. Hoping some to get good advice from you guys to a small problem. My base of this machine appears to be smaller than my Pro's pro pilot bar. I call WISE and they told me they don't support Pro's pro and recommended me to modify my base to make it larger in some machine shop. Is this the best course of action or are there places I can purchase some kind of adapter? Many thanks in advance for any of your suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PopsiclePete View Post
    To the greats of the forum, could you please answer the following question for me with your all-knowingness

    I'm stringing with the 2086 and every so often the reader does not get up to the required tension and stops and reads out "7"...is this some sort of error or just indication that it couldn't reach the required tension?

    I've had two racquets I've tried with re-tensioning and then after a while just left it....they came out rather under-strung
    I know this is a late reply, and you pro baby know what the "7" means by now. For others reading this may be helpful. The "7" code means it reach the end of the track but has not reached the reference tension. Basically it mean there is too much slack in the string or it did not grip the string properly and reached the end of the track. If you press the trigger without any string it will give you a "7"

    If you get a "3" it's a bad thing, and the unit will need to be serviced.

    Also if anyone needs calibration instruction, I have them. Just PM me. One Caveat though, you must have a reliable calibrator or force gauge to properly calibrate the 2086 Pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibobone View Post
    I finally decided to join the WISE 2086 club. Hoping some to get good advice from you guys to a small problem. My base of this machine appears to be smaller than my Pro's pro pilot bar. I call WISE and they told me they don't support Pro's pro and recommended me to modify my base to make it larger in some machine shop. Is this the best course of action or are there places I can purchase some kind of adapter? Many thanks in advance for any of your suggestion.
    Are you sure the crank rail bracket will not fit? How much of a difference? You could have the bracket machined to fit but it may be expensive.

    One thing I would suggest is to have a bracket made that can be bolted on to the tension rail. That way if you need to go back to crank, if you later decide to sell the machine or have no power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibobone View Post
    I finally decided to join the WISE 2086 club. Hoping some to get good advice from you guys to a small problem. My base of this machine appears to be smaller than my Pro's pro pilot bar. I call WISE and they told me they don't support Pro's pro and recommended me to modify my base to make it larger in some machine shop. Is this the best course of action or are there places I can purchase some kind of adapter? Many thanks in advance for any of your suggestion.
    there is another thread about the WISE + shuttle express:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...nging-Machine/

    there is one member who had a custom base plate made for his shuttle express. i think it is still possible to do without it by mounting the leg pieces lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CovinaStringer View Post
    I know this is a late reply, and you pro baby know what the "7" means by now. For others reading this may be helpful. The "7" code means it reach the end of the track but has not reached the reference tension. Basically it mean there is too much slack in the string or it did not grip the string properly and reached the end of the track. If you press the trigger without any string it will give you a "7"

    If you get a "3" it's a bad thing, and the unit will need to be serviced.

    Also if anyone needs calibration instruction, I have them. Just PM me. One Caveat though, you must have a reliable calibrator or force gauge to properly calibrate the 2086 Pro.
    Thanks for the info...I'll keep the "3" in mind

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