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Old 2018-02-07, 15:46   #11
ball boy
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Sorry guys, I had the much older stringweaver which I had problems. The newer version looks very helpful.
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Old 2018-05-27, 22:29   #12
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Just to let you know, there is now a StringWeaver available specifically for badminton racquets. Only 7 mm thick, it mounts on the mains in seconds and greatly reduces friction when pulling the crosses. For more information see the “StringWeaver for Badminton” page at www.StringWeavers.com.
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Old 2018-05-31, 06:59   #13
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Hey all

I came accross this tool on the stringway website - http://www.stringway-nl.com
This is our old site you can find every thing on our new site https://www.stringway-stringing-machines.com/

This video shows it all.

But certainly sounds quite interesting. I'm hoping it can be used to 'comb' or straighten the strings after stringing too.
Yes that is what we do also as you can see in the video.
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