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Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by Kal-El 34, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. diredesire

    diredesire Adjunct Moderator

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    http://gssalliance.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Prince-3000.pdf

    Doesn't look like there are job count instructions in there, but I only did a quick search.
     
  2. jord123

    jord123 New User

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    Diredesire,
    Thank you very much for looking into that.

    I'm actually in the process for securing a 3k machine. It's lightly used and in a very very good shape. I bet it does have a low mileage on it. Have you or others worked with this machine? Any feedback would be appreciated. Thx
     
  3. lwto

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  4. Mwesty

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    Nothing fancy to hold all my reels and sets yet, need to get something made.

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  5. chrisingrassia

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    These Wilson machines are beautiful. The shop at my local courts has one and I want to break-in after hours and give it a try.

    What do these still run?
     
  6. Irvin

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    I use some 14x10x6" boxes. Place a divider near the end to hold the reel you're using apart from the others so it spins freely. I have one for 16 and 17 gauge. The reels you're not using helps to keep the box from moving around.

    EDIT: Unless of course you want something fancy to go with that fancy stringer. LOL Nice!
     
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    My own Volkl PB10 on a Stringway ML120 with fixed clamps, and using the Stringway cross tool. I really like this last addition, for dense patterns, certainly in combination with poly strings. Here I have Diadem Solstice Power 17 mains and Rex Proffessional Supreme Black Bite crosses.
     
  8. lwto

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    Yeah, I was going to say, 3 pieces of wood screwed together is pretty fancy, a lot fancier than chrome, self adjusting height and angle stand. :)
     
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