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    Quote Originally Posted by CovinaStringer View Post
    With all the mods Panda (why does he refer to himself in the second person, anyways?) has done to his machine, it's no longer a Combo 910. If anything the Gamma base clamps are more like the Eagnas Cone-Lock clamps on the Flex series, than the Combo series clamps. If Panda said it was an Alpha Axis Pro, I'd probably believe him.

    Kwun, I agree with you, there are some machines that should not be sold anymore like the Gutterman AG and many of the models that are more than 10 years old. Also, too many loose parts gets lost easily, especially if you have young children.
    Alpha Axis Pro ? as I said, you are EXPERT here ... hehez.

    oops ... you are still new in this forum even though you are famous at Tennis-Warehouse ...

    Why people here called Dink a lot = Panda ? ... maybe Kwun knows better than me ...

    Dink a lot aka Daniel Chien aka Panda is the owner of DC Badminton which produced Panda Power Badminton Racket .... www.dcbadminton.net

    You can take a look at this thread :
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...Tennis-Head%29

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php/52903-Goodbye-Crank-and-Hello-Constant-Pull-(Wise-2086-aka-Tennis-Head)?p=829371&viewfull=1#post829371

    that's before he did many modification .... as like he did mentioned on the above picture ...

    this is a video of him strung 40 lbs on badminton racket :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ocw-...eature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Izmjt...eature=related

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    One thing I noticed about Panda's table is it's shorter than the normal turntable. If it did not say Eagnas on the stand, it could be an Alpha Axis Pro or Revo 4000 with a Eagnas stand. I'm impressed with all the mods Panda made to that machine, might as well bought a Victor C-7027. But like he said the Combo 910 is nothing to write home about, if you get that American expression.

    I'm a stringing machine nut, What's wrong with that? I have used and owned many types of machines, not just the machines I currently use, so I do have some experience with machines. Most stringing machines are made to string Tennis rackets, they are not all setup to string badminton. Laugh all you want, but I'm just laughing back at you.

    For every 100 or so Tennis rackets I string about one badminton racket. Sorry for trying to expand my knowledge of stringing badminton rackets. Maybe I have not been here as long as you, but I have been around for a while.

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    Panda didn't like the huge turntable so he sawed off the ends.

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    Good value for money is "Siboasi Computer Pull Stringing Machine".

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    Specifically, Panda didn't like the distance between the turntable and the tensioner's gripper. So, he saw off both ends of the turntable in order to bring the tensioner's gripper closer to the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Specifically, Panda didn't like the distance between the turntable and the tensioner's gripper. So, he saw off both ends of the turntable in order to bring the tensioner's gripper closer to the frame.
    I'm actually thinking of doing the same thing, I've found that I have to use more string in order to reach the gripper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Specifically, Panda didn't like the distance between the turntable and the tensioner's gripper. So, he saw off both ends of the turntable in order to bring the tensioner's gripper closer to the frame.
    one of the reason why i think i will never buy a tennis machine.

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