Custom-Made Stringing Machine Parts

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by Pete LSD, Dec 24, 2009.

  1. Charlie-SWUK

    Charlie-SWUK Regular Member

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    Wanna donate £600 to me?

    You should print out that pic and stick it to your wise
     
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    I would, but I'm £600 short .
     
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    Weight on a stick it is
     
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    Side supports for Wilson Baiardo,

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    My advice: Write a PM to Michal and get it directly from him. Saves you a significant amount of money and you can be sure to get the correct ones.
     
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    That's good advice from @s_mair. @Michal is very friendly to deal with, and he can definitely steer you to what you need. He custom made a set of side supports for my superstringer s90 machine earlier this year, and they worked really well.
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    What are the advantages of the custom ones over the ones that come with the S90?
     
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    The advantage of the chudek supports over the original s90 supports is that you get more real estate in the area where you push through the string at the contact point. I'm able to move my pliers more freely in the bigger space compare to the original ones. Not that it is an absolute must, but it just makes pushing string through the grommet holes that much easier, especially most of the time those are share grommet holes at the contact point of the side supports.

    @Michal charged a very reasonable price for my set of the custom supports, so it's definitely a good upgrade for me. So far, I've done 50+ racquets after using the chudek supports, no complaints there .
     
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    After having tried both (owning the Chudeks on my T20 and having tested the S90 with original side supports for a bit), I think that you really don't need the upgrade on the S90. The original supports are very close in overall shape and design and also when it comes to working space behind them. Build quality is top notch. The Chudeks might offer another 2-3 mm space here and there, but it's not that this would be a true game changer.
     
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    I agree. Quality wise, the chudeks are more sturdy. The chudek supports are really not a necessity for the s90. It's not like we're talking about upgrading from dropweight to a WISE .
     
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    Thanks guys. Just atm a minor nuisance I find is pulling the last 2 mains together and trying to clamp it close to the frame to leave little slack, the current supports at the bottom get in the way of the clamp and I don't tighten on the finishing knot or anything. It shouldn't be a problem I don't think, just annoying when I'm not thinking I hit the support.

    They do look nice and slightly less bulky I guess.
     
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    Thanks a lot to @Michal
    @Michal make to my Stinger 3800 new custom supports.
    It's a very good upgrade for me.
    Thanks a lot

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