A Cross Stringing Tool for Badminton Racquets

#1
In response to requests from stringers who use and like the StringWeaver cross stringing tool for tennis racquets, we have developed and now have available a similar tool made specifically for badminton racquets. For more information visit the StringWeavers.com website.
 
#2
A guy in New Zealand who strings badminton racquets has a neat technique in which he uses a shoestring along with a StringWeaver to weave half the crosses very fast. His buddy made this video of him stringing:
The shoestring idea is a variation of a tip shown in this 2010 video from Mr10sStringer:
At the time some commenters indicated the technique didn't work that well with stiff strings. However, because the StringWeaver separates the mains the method should work much better with stiff strings when combined with the StringWeaver. Using the technique without separating the mains increases the risk of burning and notching the strings.
 
#3
...At the time some commenters indicated the technique (string method) didn't work that well with stiff strings. However, because the StringWeaver separates the mains the method should work much better with stiff strings when combined with the StringWeaver. Using the technique without separating the mains increases the risk of burning and notching the strings.
It works well with if you pull the next to be tensioned string up against the last tensioned string. This opens up the path for the next string to be installed and if you do not pull both strings at the same time but only the tail there is no way you will notch the string. Bad thing about this method is it only works and every other string.
 
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