Post Pictures of you Stringers

#2
Nice machine. Hopefully i'll be working on one of those soon. Fun machine to work with.

I'll try and post some pics of my silent partner swing. I'm liking it so far, but i'll probably upgrade to a LF quantum when I've saved the funds.
 

Kal-El 34

Hall of Fame
#7
that is a sweet machine.. i like the rack at the bottom for the string reels.. very convenient.

nice collection of vs...

currently i have in stock:
luxilon alu power flouro 17
luxilon alu power rough 17
cyberflash 16 and 17
pro supex blue gear 17
head ultra tour 17
polystar energy 17
polystar turbo 17
signum poly pro 17 (orange and white)
signum poly hextreme 17 orange
leopard plus control 17
msv focu hex 17 mauve
gamma zo power 17 silver
gamma infinity 16 and 18
gosen polylon 17
unique big hitter tournament poly 17

wilson k-gut 17
wilson nxt 16 and 17
wilson nxt tour 17
wilson hollow core 16
Wilson sensation 16
wilson stamina 16 and 17
Babolat super fine play 17
gamma syn gut with wearguard 16 and 17
gamma syn gut 16, 17, and 18
 
#10
Its the same as last years Wilson machine.
The flex light I added is nice, especially this time of year, as when I get home from work, it is dark out, and the light positioned over the table works out great.
 
#13
Its the same as last years Wilson machine.
The flex light I added is nice, especially this time of year, as when I get home from work, it is dark out, and the light positioned over the table works out great.
Jim - I think I'll be getting a light like that soon. I've been having some trouble seeing at night - the lighting in my stringing room isn't ideal. When I do, we'll pretty much have the same setup - except I don't have that much VS sitting around (In fact, I don't have any.) And while I have a window in the same spot as yours, I don't look out over a beautiful lake like I've seen in some of your other pics. Instead, I look across the street at my neighbor's house in good ole suburbia. :)

Take care.

DH
 
#14
Wow you guys have such elaborate setups! I'm just a home stringer for myself and a few friends... just so that we can keep on playing :)
 
#16
Jim - I think I'll be getting a light like that soon. I've been having some trouble seeing at night - the lighting in my stringing room isn't ideal. When I do, we'll pretty much have the same setup - except I don't have that much VS sitting around (In fact, I don't have any.) And while I have a window in the same spot as yours, I don't look out over a beautiful lake like I've seen in some of your other pics. Instead, I look across the street at my neighbor's house in good ole suburbia. :)

Take care.

DH
David: I got that light from the sportsmans guide, and they have a web site, it was relatively cheap. Merry Christmas
 
#21
It call brotherly love. Anyway, I bought an upright stringer anyway and he sent me the x2. Growing up we had a Prince Neos are parents bought.

The eagnas clamps are fine. I do see some drawback on the clamp but I had draw back on my x6fc also. You just have to make sure the swivel clamps are secured.
 
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#22
It call brotherly love. Anyway, I bought an upright stringer anyway and he sent me the x2. Growing up we had a Prince Neos are parents bought.

The eagnas clamps are fine. I do see some drawback on the clamp but I had draw back on my x6fc also. You just have to make sure the swivel clamps are secured.
Oh that's cool. I thought you didn't like the x-6fc.
 
#23
If my parents did not live the machine outside in the elements, I would still be stringing on the Neos. It just show nothing last forever (except those serano machine) :). I do like it but it was just a preference for two point machine.
 
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#31
So you haven't even got a rating yet you've got a stringing machine and like 4 pairs of trainers. God damm your lucky! I only started getting that after playing a few tournaments.
 

Crisp

Professional
#37
my stringer



this is my machine bought after the Aussie Open 06 may have even had some top ranking pros rackets strung on it.
 
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#45
I have that same machine! You like it?
Yes I do. The machine as shown in the pics I got at a garage sale for $25. The tensioning mechanism works great.

I spent another $110 on new clamps and mounting parts from Gamma. Not bad in the end for an upright lock-out.

I do like the constant pull of my Alpha Pioneer III, but I really like the relative speed of the Tennex/Gamma 4000.
 
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