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    I recently got this machine.




    i did my mains like this technique - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KO9qWaom4cg
    and worked out well.

    I want to start my crosses now any video's i could watch?
    Is a 4 knot technique ok?
    Which grommet should i start from?

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    again ? similar question ?
    hope I were in your area ....
    there is a sticky for Klippermate, you can use similar method.
    and any number of knots are no problem with this machine ...

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    Ok last question!! im doing my crosses by this method http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIbR7...eature=related.

    and doing parnell knots http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUFjD...feature=relmfu

    everything sound ok?

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    do you have a starting clamp?
    if so you can do you crosses with that. it gives you the chance to pull the last cross at the end and you don;t end up putting tensions ona knot, also all 4 knots will look the same.


    cory

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    I only have two clamps that came with it as u can see in the picture,

    could i use this method http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIbR7OzJJ5k with my clamps? or should i try get a similar clamp as in the video?

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    That's a starting clamp he's using in the video. You can also do a 50/50 without a starting clamp. Basically, you start in the middle of the crosses and work you way to the ends.

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    cool, should i do that, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QJxPjoH1_I?

    really wanna finish my first racket!!

    could i use my clamps in this method?

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    very rare to see badminton using 50/50 method .... but again, it is your choice.
    again, why you do not use similar to Klippermate method : http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ng-Instruction ?
    it is very simple and follow Yonex pattern ....

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    ok cheers mate i will do that, I will let you know how i get on!

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