The ultimate dream machine!

Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by Tour 90, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. Tour 90

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    What, in your opinion, is the ultimate machine to own. With no cost, what would you most like to own and why? Let's hear some dreams everyone! :grin:
     
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    ultimate dream machine- A robot that is at my beck and call that can string racquets and play tennis any style, any level.
     
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  5. Young Pete

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    a prince neos.
     
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  6. Richard Parnell

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    I would have to disagree. Once you get used to electromagnetic clamps (one movement closes the clamp and locks the base) you wouldn't go back to manual. I would have to put down the Babolat 5502 as the Rolls of machines. Fibre optics, automatic recognition of string flexibility. The list is endless
    My 2 cents
    Richard
     
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  7. tennis-skater

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    What machines have electromagnetic clamps? By the way I've been trying to get your knot but I just can't seem to do it. Anytricks?
     
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  8. Richard Parnell

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    The 3500, 4000 and 5000 series Babolat machines all have them. As to the knot try looking at the video on gss or keohi has a good site with a good diagram of it.
    All the best,
    Richard
     
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    Shoot me an e-mail through my profile or at diredesire @ hotmail

    I might be able to help you out :)
     
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  10. chrisplchs

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    ahh.. the 5502 is the best. yonex machine is good because of its reliability. Even a highly esteemed Yonex rep has said that the yonex machine isn't as good as the babolat machines of today, much less the 5502
     
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