I showed this picture to my friend stringer and he says by preweaving like I do. I induce line twisting which I object. 20190905_194653 by fanfaron posted Sep 5, 2019 at 8:59 PM as you can see I start preweaving the cross after the shareholes because the first 4 crosses there's lot of friction and line(string) can twist. I preweave like that because I weave pretty slow compare to master Alan. By leaving them in diagonal I find there's only little bit friction almost negligible. And by pulling the string in diagonal I find there's not burning of the string. The benefit to preweaving like this makes me string faster because I hardly move during thoses crosses and the motion of preweaving is fresh in my head and also my memory muscles, so I'm faster. And I tension faster too. I save maybe 6 minutes... or maybe more... Now I string rackets on average 31 minutes compare to 45 before with the method of preweaving one ahead. My friend told me that the last string has some twist, you can see that at the bottom right. but the last string is very easy to untwist, just pull in diagonal and straightening the "pulled string" afterwards( anyway hope you guys know what I mean) We know when preweaving all the rackets and tensioning the racket leave nasty twist because all the string is already in the rackets and there's no way to untwist them. So guys what do you think? what upset me most is he says his standard is very high. I know I do a good job. I take pride on my job. I do that as a hobby when I lower my job to 25 min. I'll be very happy.