electronic tringing machine

Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by severins, May 5, 2008.

  1. severins

    severins New User

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    I've calibrate my machine with an electronic weight measurement.
    What I've seen is that my machine, an eagnas smart 6000, are not very secure. http://www.eagnas.com/smart600.html


    My question, is it normal for an electronic machine that when I take 25 kg that the tension is from 24,4 till 25,5 kg for example. Just every pull is a littlebit different.

    The weight-measurement is +/- 0,2 kg secure.

    The digital display shows 1 decimal, but the fault in tension is almost 1 kg.

    I've also tested the difference in tension by a handle-machine and this is very exact.

    Is a hand-machine exacter as an electrical one?
     
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  2. YULitle

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    I think the issue may be the brand. Though, I've not tested an electric with a digital tension calibrator...
     
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  3. severins

    severins New User

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    The clamps of a stringing machine does move a littlebit when stringing. What is the influence of this on the string-bed. This move of the clamps is not at every place the same, a movement of 1 mm is not seldom. How much influences this the amount of kgs. Has someone experience in this?

    Must you try to rduce this?

    Many thanks in advance.
     
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