Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by Mansewerz, May 22, 2008.
how does the one clamp work out? I don't get it.
No one will spend $445 on this half-@ssed machine:
I have never seen that model, beat they don't sell many...
That looks pretty terrible. Especially with the wood panel.
Judging by the aesthetics of that machine, I'm guessing that the one in the photo was a prototype that they've been trying to get rid since deciding that it was a bad idea back in the 70's.
hey, don't make fun at my machine.
actually that machine is more advanced than the one I have.
Yea, I noticed the Klipper colors and the website photos belong in the Brady Bunch. A nice new color scheme would probably sell more machines. Also, anyone even know how one fixed clamp is used? I don't get it.
But I bet if someone tries to sell you that machine for $445, you'll laugh your @ss off.
You need 2 starting clamps...string a few mains on one side, clamp off with a starting clamp, then do a few on the other side, clamp off with the other starting clamp, and repeat.
What a waste of time. For less money and better build quality, i'd get an alpha pioneer dc plus.
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