Originally Posted by rvernsey
Not really... the ergonomics of the Baiardo machine is pretty awesome but I'm not doing high volume right now so I'm not totally appreciating it. If parts were more readily available for a Star 3 I'd probably own one. Being able to punch up extra knot tension and pre-stretch is nice though. The clamp bases on the Baiardo are not as high of quality as the babolat clamps but they are less maintenance and pop-down-release function makes for quicker stringing. I used to have to take apart my babolat clamp bases all the time. Now the clamp heads are fantastic, quick adjust for tension, etc.
you got me interested. my back is suffering from stringing all day. oh well. what is it about the ergonomics that compensates so well?
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