Originally Posted by julianashaway
Yes. We know a lot of professional stringers where time per racquet is an important factor. An aggressive pre-stretch may provide a similar effect. It is hard to say. Pre-stretching is far from an exact science.
The reason behind the 15 second pulls is to give the best chance for a consistent bed because the string takes time to fully elongate. If the string is well stretched before stringing it makes sense that the variability in elongation between short stretches would be diminished.
Let me know how it works for you.
How would you pre-stretch 15 seconds on a lock-out stringer?
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