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Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by kwun, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. Koyonogood

    Koyonogood New Member

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    For the mounting..... I like ES5 protech

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    God damn Chinese steal...hard to break!
     

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    Screenshot_20201122_093413.jpg My Wise 2086

    Auto-Start Quick Closing linear string gripper for quick tensioning. ;)
     
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  4. Super85

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    And now you have to tell us more!!!
     
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    This gripper available in taobao. It costs about 530 Chinese remimbi. Below is the picture. [​IMG]

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    The gripper won't be auto moved if there is no power in it.

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    That thing looks great and would be a major upgrade if it works well. Is there any other source available that might ship to Europe?
     
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    This is for Wise 2086 V.14.

    The gripper for 2086 version 14 is fine, but for version 12 there is a problem, the detection of pounds becomes insensitive.
     
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    The gripper for version 14 does not require an additional power supply connection.
     
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    I see. Thanks for the info. Too bad then since my wise is version 12

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    This is an experimental grade, the design is not strict enough, I suggest to buy it when the third edition is released in the future!
     
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    This is what Wise themselves should be developing...the add-on tensionhead market can be sooo much better and innovative than what it is today!

    But nice to see this whoever is behind this gripper!
     
  14. mskuo

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    As far as I know, Wise didn't want to develop this, so a third party had the opportunity to develop this extension.
     
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    Qi-charger project is done, and some adjustments on the lenght between towers...have moved them apart one step. I have concluded that they have been a little too close to each other now when I have practiced on stringing at really high tensions (above 33lbs).
     

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    Do you trust your phone in that location??

    Pro job as always, Super!
     
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    Pretty sick!!!
     
  19. Super85

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    It’s been lying there for a long time without the charger so I’m not worried....maybe for the plums so near the charger though!
     

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    Happy to share a picture of my new toy, Tennis Man.de 3700 Pro, just before stringing my first frame ever. Actually i need first to check dropweight calibration, adjust clamps and practice gudgeon knot. Lets see how long it will take.
     

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