A bit of perspective

loosegroove

Hall of Fame
That's pretty awesome. I love seeing kids engaged and being hands-on, and totally dig the resourcefulness. Wonder what the max tension is that's being pulled. Obviously nothing too crazy or the frame would crack.
 

Znak

Semi-Pro
That's pretty awesome. I love seeing kids engaged and being hands-on, and totally dig the resourcefulness. Wonder what the max tension is that's being pulled. Obviously nothing too crazy or the frame would crack.
Right? It also made me instantly grateful for all I had was well.
 

Pete Player

Hall of Fame
I remember stringing my badmington rackets back in the day with darts and a wood block.

It was really tough work, yet really delicate, cause the frame gave in, if you had too much tension in the middle at start. Sometimes the egg shape got into round still after the crosses were strung.


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No more on pain meds - all contributed matter and anti-matter are still subject to disclaimer
 

1HBHfanatic

Hall of Fame
I remember stringing my badmington rackets back in the day with darts and a wood block.

It was really tough work, yet really delicate, cause the frame gave in, if you had too much tension in the middle at start. Sometimes the egg shape got into round still after the crosses were strung.


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No more on pain meds - all contributed matter and anti-matter are still subject to disclaimer
i recently heard that its standard procedure to add 1lb more when doing the crosses! to restore shape to the badminton racquet?!?
 
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