Discussion in 'Strings' started by iplaybetter, Mar 3, 2008.
i am putting it up on youtube right now, it is just my ATW method i will do more another time
It's not up.
try again, just click the link, it works for me, i guess i needs to upload for the masses
I watched it...... but what exactly is the ATW method?
that is in part two wich i will upload after my HW is done
I still can't see it. It takes me to your channel. When I click videos, it says "The users hasn't posted any videos."
nvm. It's working now. New design and everything.
I like it! Double checking for all!
And, I was always curious as to how people pronounced my Avatar.
did i do it right
No It's old. I have had this avatar since I've was in 6th grade. :shock: Which was over a decade ago. It's kind of silly, but it's actually a truncated Homer Simpson quote.
so how do i say it?
"Why You Little(!)"
That's why you'll see people add the second T
i like my way, put it in your next video "how to say my avitar"
Hahahah. I might just do that.
Parts two and three will be uploaded one i finish my HW
I'll have to see it in the morning It's my bed time.
i defy your logic and substitute my own, which says to do the same
even tho i am on the east cost mwhahahah
Quoted from a mythbuster that enjoys annoying his bald friend.
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hey all i am calling it a night, i have 6 am practice tomorrow so part three will go up tomorrow, but not at school cause youtube is blocked
I say it as the iplaybetter says, just yulitle however looking at it properly now the "YU" are in capitals so it all makes sense.
IPB can you post a vid on you actually using the crank. I have only used/seen dropweights in operation
iplaybetter: I like the method so far. It's a common variation of the Universal ATW pattern. A lot of the guys on GSS do it your way.
I did have one note. When you go to release your starting clamp from the outside of the frame, do it before you release the tension. This is better for the life of the string. the string slips through the starting clamp if there is tension still on it when you undo it. but, I have a feeling you know that?
nevermind that was supposed to go underneath the guys quoting the mythbusters
HAHAHA. That's ok. I think I'm a geek about stringing too so it kind of fits! I mean, I own a book on the physics of tennis equipment. :shock: What's more geeky?
I was going to defend you but the 2nd sentence you said, i dont think anyone can defend you
i want that book, and i realize that, but have just done it wrong
I knew you did. I could see it in your movements. That book is for sale. It's called "The Physics and Technology of Tennis."
has every one that needed to know how to use a crank seen what hey needed or do you need a specific video
Specific video!! Only needs to be short. You dont have to but it would be nice for me to see one in action. Maybe without all the camera movement
my sisters cam is cheep and wont mound on tri-pod but i will try, if i do it tonight i must do my hw before i string
All you need is two tall stacks of something sturdy. A pole and a rubber band. That's essentially how all of my videos were shot.
i have a tripod
hey i play better, in the next video, when you have the racket mounted, can you jiggle up and down on the racket handle. I would like to see something. My machine makes a noise in some angles. Also, you know the long silver backbone looking thing that the crank is on, can you move that left and right. my machine can and i want to know if its normal. BTW, i have a Revo 4000 also if you didn't get it. lol
i think i remembered, vid tomorrow maybe, i falling asleep as i work
i got the book (looks sick), by the way for the final time, tomorrow i will put of the how to use a crank vid, right after i make it, i was gona do it but i decided to hit, and then write my math paper so...
who poasted that i cant string on youtube?????
i can string those vids are just bad i have a good one on the way
what machine were u stringing on
Don't sweat it. Can't you delete comments?
hey iplaybetter, when you mount a racquet on the revo 4000, how far is it in the air above the black base? And are there any positions where the stringing machine jiggles up and down a bit?
very little, no wigle
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