just brought my stringing machine

Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by TheRebelofPrince, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. TheRebelofPrince

    TheRebelofPrince New User

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    so im a D3 tennis player and just brought my stringing machine, an eagnas hyper 60, any advice?
     
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  2. Ash_Smith

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    er...enjoy!!!

    Other than that - not sure! what advice are you looking for?!

    Cheers

    Ash
     
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  3. Parker512

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    you mean bought not brought. WHY WHY did you purchase that machine. im not critisizeing eagnas because there some what okay but that machine is CRAP! was it the price. Should have aty least got in the eagnas challengerI with spring assited clamps. The machine i want by eagnas is the Smart 6000.
     
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  4. masterxfob

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    as long as we're pointing out spelling errors...

    criticizing
    they're
     
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  5. Parker512

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    I know im one to pick out spelling errors. But i just turned 13.
     
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  6. beernutz

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    My advice is check out http://www.youtube.com/yulitle which is YULitle's youtube channel for stringing and racquet maintenance videos, find a local stringer who'll let you learn from him or her, and put Parker on your ignore list.
     
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  7. Parker512

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    yeah great suggestion whats an ignore list.
     
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  8. lionel_101

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    Congrats on your new stringing machine.

    I am sure you will have lots of fun stringing your own and maybe your friends racquets.

    As noted, go watch the Youtube videos on stringing tennis racquets. They will make stringing a lot easier.
     
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  9. beernutz

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    1. When viewing a post, click on the username of the author and select 'View Public Profile' from the menu.
    2. In that user's public profile, select 'Add username to your Ignore List'.
    3. When the Ignore list appears, click 'Save List'.
    4. Enjoy!

    As you might have guessed, you are in my Ignore list Parker but I assumed this particular response from you would be addressing what I wrote. When you're curious about what someone on your Ignore list has written you can select 'View Post' from the upper right corner of their post to take a look. Otherwise you are relieved of the burden of reading whatever it is they've written.
     
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  10. Parker512

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    How do you like black code and ematrix hybrid was thinking of buying both?
     
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  11. TheRebelofPrince

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    i already know how to string, i went from a bab 5 from my job to a ****ing eagnas hyper 60, shoot me
     
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  12. Parker512

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    why did you buy it then?
     
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  13. MAX PLY

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    Congrats. I don't know much about that machine but it looks like it is a good value and should more than meet your needs (I suggest ignoring the comments of 13 year olds on such matters). Do check out the videos by YULitle and I think Irvin has some too. I suspect you will find them very helpful.

    Good luck.
     
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  14. beernutz

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    Blackcode is great. However, Blackcode cuts through ematrix too quickly, I can't even get 10 hours out of it. In fact, ematrix starts visibly fraying the first time I hit with it when hybrided with Blackcode.

    I've switched from ematrix to Prince Synthetic Gut with Duraflex. It plays great and lasts much longer than ematrix.
     
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  15. TheRebelofPrince

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    parker stop ffin hijacking my thread. now any body else use a hyper 60 and give me some advice about it?
     
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  16. Irvin

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    Good advice. What more can we say?

    Irvin
     
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    Actually, "there are".
     
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  18. Irvin

    Irvin G.O.A.T.

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    Actually ‘they're’ is spelled correctly, and the grammar is correct. I am not so sure about im (I'm) and aty (at.)

    Now who is going to critique the punctuation and case?


    Irvin
     
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  19. formula16

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    hows the hyper 60 going?
     
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    our (usa) school systems are failing us...

    i nominate the 13 year old as forum grammar and spelling n@zi.
     
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    pose a question, you'll get an answer.

    otherwise, looks like a decent DW machine (i almost bought the Challenger I awhile back, got the 910 instead). i'd say you did just fine.

    keep surfing for videos, etc. regarding specific questions or ask away.
    someone here will point you in the right direction.

    also:

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=172626
     
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