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    Default Eagnas Badminton stringing Machine

    Hi ! is there anyone here using their stringing machine st 200 or Easy 3 ? i got one but found their mounting is not so secure on the 2,4,8,10 oclock position. any suggession on modifying it ?

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    SS,

    are you refering to the side support slipping during stringing? i used to have a Eagnas and it does that if i don't tighten the clamp really really tightly. there is little that you can do aside from stuffing something into the hole and physically stop the support from slipping. that's the major flaw of the Eagnas side support design. everything else seems to be ok.

    and beware, make sure you really tighting it as slipping side support during stringing may potentially deform or even break your racket frame if it give way suddenly.

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    Originally posted by kwun
    SS,

    are you refering to the side support slipping during stringing? i used to have a Eagnas and it does that if i don't tighten the clamp really really tightly. there is little that you can do aside from stuffing something into the hole and physically stop the support from slipping. that's the major flaw of the Eagnas side support design. everything else seems to be ok.

    and beware, make sure you really tighting it as slipping side support during stringing may potentially deform or even break your racket frame if it give way suddenly.
    Thanks for the advice Hopefully, i will found out at way to solved this problem.
    BtW, what machine are you using now ? just curious :P

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    hi, are you using st-200 or easy 3?

    i'm using easy3.

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    Originally posted by double
    hi, are you using st-200 or easy 3?

    i'm using easy3.
    Yoooo ! i m using Easy 3 too, its very nice but the side supports is kind of skippy, did u dont anything with it ? i m still looking for a solution.

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    Originally posted by Sidesurfer


    Thanks for the advice Hopefully, i will found out at way to solved this problem.
    BtW, what machine are you using now ? just curious :P

    Ss
    i don't string anymore. fingers too dumb and slow, too impatient and too little time...

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    "i don't string anymore. fingers too dumb and slow, too impatient and too little time..."

    So Kwun do you want to sell your restring machine????

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    Originally posted by kwun


    i don't string anymore. fingers too dumb and slow, too impatient and too little time...
    yes, time really a matter and i m slow too (start to finish took me 1 1/2hr), i usually string after 12 at nite n end up sleep late n dont have enough sleep on the other day. But its hard to find a good stringer in HK :| so far there is only one stringer i trust, luxis's Mr. Ng, emmy n rose r by luck, sometime good , sometime bad, so frustrating :/ thats y i start string by myself, and its a lot cheaper too

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    yes. Ah Sze strings very well. and damn fast too. you can stay at his place while he string, by the time you finish chatting with him, he will be done!

    ayl: i already sold mine. in any case, shipping to Au will be very expensive!

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