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    Dear Babolat Official: A friend of mine has a Babolat Sensor that is showing an error code SL...

    Dear Babolat Official: A friend of mine has a Babolat Sensor that is showing an error code SL 3231 ER: 5 Do you happen to know what this code means and the protocol to fix it? If you can help I would be very grateful to you. Here is my E-mail: kikobruni@gmail.com Thanks a lot!!! Francisco
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    Hi Albert!!! This is Francisco Bruni from Brazil. How are you? Hope everything is fine with...

    Hi Albert!!! This is Francisco Bruni from Brazil. How are you? Hope everything is fine with you and with your family! A friend of mine has a Babolat Sensor that is showing an error code SL 3231 ER: 5 Do you happen to know what this code means and the protocol to fix it? If you can help I...
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    Adjusting the Puller Head Wilson Baiardo

    Thanks a lot Irvin for your assistance. Somehow I am not being able to visualize any difference when I turn the adjustment screw. I was wondering about a technique that allows the stringer to adjust the plates and to make sure the adjustment is correct. To be honest with you I prefer the...
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    Adjusting the Puller Head Wilson Baiardo

    Greetings to all of you. I am having a hard time adjusting the puller head on my Baiardo. The manual states that turning the adjustment screw anti clock wise increases the pressure on the string inside the jaws. Clock wise decreases the pressure on the string. I tried both ways and I could...
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    Weaving One-ahead and Stringbed Stiffness

    I think Irvin from this forum has posted a video on youtube that shows what I am trying to explain to you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIWDWv1pk88&list=UURjgj1_5OIecsHhyC968nTQ&index=14
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    Weaving One-ahead and Stringbed Stiffness

    If Irvin reads these postings he may be willing to test it on camera and show the calibrator's readings of one method over the other method. Thanks for your replies so far!
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    Weaving One-ahead and Stringbed Stiffness

    Thanks Drakulie for your replies. I will ask Irvin if he can be so kind to make a movie and put on youtube showing the calibrator's readings tensioning a cross string without having another cross string woven under and with a cross string having another one woven under it. Lets see the amount...
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    Weaving One-ahead and Stringbed Stiffness

    I think Irvin from this forum has posted a video on youtube that shows what I am trying to explain to you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIWDWv1pk88&list=UURjgj1_5OIecsHhyC968nTQ&index=14
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    Weaving One-ahead and Stringbed Stiffness

    What I think is that when weaving one ahead, the string row that is being tensioned encounter less friction against the main strings because the second row is kind of opening up the way. Try to nudge 18 feet of string from one side to the other side of the racquet using the one-ahead technique...
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    Weaving One-ahead and Stringbed Stiffness

    Yes, I am straghtening the cross string after it has been tensioned. I do straight the strings in the very same way while stringing the first and the second racquet.
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    Weaving One-ahead and Stringbed Stiffness

    The machine is a Babolat Sensor. I believe the difference in DTs has something to do with the fact that by not weaving one-ahead the tension head has to pull a hard-weave. When weaving the one-ahead the tension head pulls a soft-weave. In my opinion the already woven "one-ahead" string opens the...
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    Weaving One-ahead and Stringbed Stiffness

    I have strung the same racquet twice. First time weaving one cross string at each time and tensioning it right after weaving the string. Second time used the "one-ahead" technique while weaving the cross strings. First stringjob: 37 DT Second Stringjob: 40 DT The racquet is a Pure Storm...
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    Speed Stringing

    Dear Irvin: You are a very bright member of this forum. I have learned a lot from your wise posts and clever videos. Lately you have been behaving in a fashion contrary to the Irvin we all learned to admire and respect. I hope to see the nice, wise and clever Irvin back. Best regards, Eastergrip
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    Speed Stringing

    Stringwalla: Can you share with us the secrets of being a great and fast stringer? Is there an specific set of biomechanical skills that a stringer has to develop in order to do a sub 15 minutes on-court stringjob? What about using the time the machine is pulling to do manual work? Does it...
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    Speed Stringing

    Zapvor, what skills you think tournament stringers have that we, ordinary stringers, do not have?
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    Speed Stringing

    Thanks Irvin for your thoughts. Do you think pre-stretching and pre-weaving the strings speed up the stringing process?
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    Speed Stringing

    Does anybody know how to use the the free time the tension head is pulling to do manual work and to speed up the stringing process? Is the secret to speed stringing to do things really fast or not to waste time in unnecessary body motions? What you think? Easterngrip
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