02-15-2011, 02:54 PM #35
Most of the time Kevlar (Aramid) is used, but on some machines it "throws off" the sensors in the machine. These were all independent tests by an ATP stringer that used or owned the various machines. I beleive the USRSA did a similar test, but I can't seem to find the article.
02-15-2011, 06:16 PM #36
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Knowing them will indeed help your stringing ... a lot
So one possible reason the guy who started this thread probably 'clamp' the string too fast before the pulling is over
Or his machine probably got a lot more +?
02-15-2011, 07:55 PM #37
My Appologies. I know I kinda hi-jacked or de-railed this thread, but I was trying to clarify what Double Pull meant, then led to pre-stretch some how.
Rounding and slight deformation is pretty normal, it will usually even itself out as the strings settle. I don't think too much of it. It's not a big thing.
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