I fear after my last discussions with @stringtechno , they don’t believe that there’s a lot I like about their machines, but I do. Completely inner supports would be great if kept simple and yielding enough space to work with inside the frame, and from what I’ve seen, they already have the best system (very few machines have inner supports as side supports though). Unfortunately, i have the impression that they’re not even trying to improve it further and they seem to fear the comparison to 6 point machines, though there’s probably nothing to be afraid of.
But I’m wondering why those points haven’t been promoted really yet instead of throwing smoke bombs like “slow” and “fast” strings. Which is nothing that this machine does any better or worse than others.
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True. Saying their machine is better and then saying the stringer on the other machine made a big mistake is not really good marketing. Also, if the stringer always strings at the same speed, same strings will end up almost the same everytime. Reminds me of my last discussion with him/her/them.
At those prices, I don’t want to be forced to use flying clamps. I need to use them at the moment and for those huge spaces at the bottom and top of Babolat rackets, that’s not very comforting.
An (ironic?) idea for the next test to prove that a machine is worse than another:
Make the stringer string at -10 degrees (Celsius), then measure the tension and/or stiffnes at 30 degrees. The better machine will be used at the same temperature that’s used for the measurements.