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    Does anybody if custom side supports are "needed" for a Pro's Pro TX700 machine?
    I'm currently using a Klippermate m140 but would like to upgrade to an electronic machine (6 mounts is always better than the mere 2 on the Klippermate too). If I do upgrade, I wanna make sure I do everything the best I can so if it means upgrading the side supports then that's what I will do.

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    They look very much like the K-supports I have on my Premium Stringer 3600. I have managed to string almost 40 rackets but it is a PITA with some shared holes and sometimes I've had to risk it and loosen up the side supports (against standard stringing recommendation).

    However I have now decide enough is enough and today (!) I will order Michal Sudek supports.


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    Why do you not use the small side of your Premium Stringer 3600 supports. I use them, they work quite well even if they are not large enough (a problem for tension around 13kg as the support tend to damage the racket)

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    Fleet FM-101H6 (the same as Alpha Shuttle Express). Slightly shorter than usual. With new white inserts. Pictures from Taiwan (thanks to the buyer).

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    Home made string puller, I have a spare M3 allen key
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    Received my Michal-made custom side supports today (for my Pro's Pro XP Plus). I opted for the 'taller' side supports (7mm higher than standard).

    My question is, are these side supports meant to be "auto-lift"? When I mount my racket at 12/6 o'clock as per normal then tighten the side supports, do these 'taller' side supports lift up the racket by itself?
    So is this right?
    1. Mount racket centrally and flat against the surface of the machine, tighten 12 & 6 o'clock as per normal.
    2. Tighten side supports, and racket lifts up to correct position by itself.
    3. Re-tighten 12/6 o'clock in case of slight shift from change in racket position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    Received my Michal-made custom side supports today (for my Pro's Pro XP Plus). I opted for the 'taller' side supports (7mm higher than standard).

    My question is, are these side supports meant to be "auto-lift"? When I mount my racket at 12/6 o'clock as per normal then tighten the side supports, do these 'taller' side supports lift up the racket by itself?
    So is this right?
    1. Mount racket centrally and flat against the surface of the machine, tighten 12 & 6 o'clock as per normal.
    2. Tighten side supports, and racket lifts up to correct position by itself.
    3. Re-tighten 12/6 o'clock in case of slight shift from change in racket position.
    The racket does not have to be flat against the surface of the machine. In most case, it is actually a little higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan.v View Post
    The racket does not have to be flat against the surface of the machine. In most case, it is actually a little higher.
    yes i know but is my process correct? i should allow it to auto lift right?

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    I usually mount the racket a little higher than the surface of the machine with the 12-6 supports and then tighten the side supports that will correct the height themselves. So I'd say the process is ok. If anything, you should try mounting the racket approximately at the height that it is going to be and then tighten the side supports.

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    I'm a little busy at the moment. So my answer will be short.

    Yest. It's properly. This "self centering" construction- "v shape". In contrast to "k shape" pro's pro/eagnas side supports. You can firstly fix 10,2,4 and 8 o'clock position, to center the racquet. Then 6 and 12 o'clock.
    In my opinion this construciont (v-shape) is safer for frame of racquets. The force divide on 2 part of frame, like here:


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    very professional looking, you should start to manufacture the whole machine if possible.

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    Hi Michal,

    Superb functionality AND refined aesthetics; nice! I'm interested in a set for my Gamma X-6. PM sent.

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    Hi,
    I just bought a used Gamma Progression IIName:  IMAG0892.jpg
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    What do you think about this original holders, do they sufficiently hold a racket?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michal View Post
    Fleet FM-101H6 (the same as Alpha Shuttle Express). Slightly shorter than usual. With new white inserts. Pictures from Taiwan (thanks to the buyer).

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    Fleet uses your design supports? I don't understand this post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thompson View Post
    Fleet uses your design supports? I don't understand this post
    He adapted his supports for the Fleet FM-101H6 machine

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    He's saying his mounting brackets are now made to use with the FLEET stringing machine and they are now shorter....

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    I'm using two lenght (about 45mm and 55mm), for all type of stringing machines. ASE is an exception.
    Alpha Shuttle Express type (badminton only) requires shorter, about 38mm. The normal lenght is too long. It means the problems with installing and reach.

    I should write that I'm not designing this side supports. I'm only listenig carefully the stringing machine users (during badminton stringjobs) and introducing the changes.

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