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    Default Advice Splling problem - Gamma Progression II 602

    Hello All,

    I recently bought a stringing machine. stupid idea maybe ::::
    I have a big problem, the rope slips from the gripper.

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    I try to limit the space in the gripper but it still slips or damage the string (BG 66 Ultimax...)
    This is the first time I use it, may be I should clean more the pieces of metals
    The stringing machine is not new and I think stored for a long time in a garage ( a little bit rusted )

    My question: The two parts metals in the gripper should be rough or smooth ?

    I see also many people talking about business card.
    Should I replace the two pieces of metal in the gripper by a business card ?

    Thank you for the advice

    Sorry for my English, non-native language...

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    Post Title: Advice Slipping Problem (can't edit the post...)

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    I have a similar machine and don't have any slipping problems, even with ZyMax62. However I don't use the ratcheting function, I started stringing on a non-ratcheting machine and basically use the Gamma similarly. The Gamma manual will instruct based on the ratcheting mode. Are you using the ratcheting method or non?

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    Thanks a lot ! I Understood , the small part of the gripper was too press. I release the screw and now it's working well. Stupid thing....
    I can string now my first racquet

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