Informational Video about Stringing & it's techniques.

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by aqua26, Oct 1, 2019.

  1. mokomima

    mokomima Regular Member

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    Right! If the base moves, you will never reach the tension you're looking for. Holding it by hand will have no success.

    Check this video:


    At around 36:50 he says how the clamps bases can be fixed/tighened. I think in the past there was another thread in this forum about tightening clamp bases (the ones you're using). Unfortunately I couldn't find it, sorry.

    Another thing you should look for is to clean the rails and the clamp bases with e.g. isopropanol. Depending on how much rackets you string, cleaning it every month.

    Hope this helps;)
     
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  2. Daniel2207

    Daniel2207 Regular Member

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    Stringster app has given me a similar problem strung Duora Z strike at 27lbs and straight after stringing said strings were fresh at 22lbs but checked my machine and tension so think the app is just not registering properly my strings feel a lot tighter than 22lbs :p
     
  3. ucantseeme

    ucantseeme Regular Member

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    I don't get why people still use Stringster. I reported issues with it 2 years ago.
     

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