Archives for September 2018

Tip-removing old bumper/grommet sets

Sooner or later you’re going to find yourself in a position where you’re going to have to install a new bumper/grommet set on a customers racquet. When this happens the first thing you’re going to have to do is remove the old one. You’ll find that some sets are easy and some, well, they’re not [see more]

Head Radical OS Limited Edition

If you have been making tennis racquets as long as Head you certainly have a few Twenty-Five Year Anniversary models just waiting to make a splash! Well, the latest Limited Edition Radical is the Radical OS Ltd.  This is a re-make of the Andre Agassi racquet and it appears to be true to the original [see more]

Great sale on 3-piece Xuron tool kit

IART is currently having a Fall sale and everything is reduced by 15% BUT, I’ve recently added a very special item, a 3 piece Xuron tool kit that includes the nice Xuron nylon pouch. This set would normally sell for $70 but by purchasing now you start off with a price of $54. However, when [see more]

Stringjob – Stringing Software

  I often get questions about stringing software here at IART. For the past several years I’ve been using John Gugel’s Racquet Record program which is the most complete program I’ve ever used. However, John no longer offers his program so when I saw this one I decided to give it a try to see [see more]

2018 U.S. Open Special – Wilson Introduces Stringers to the Public

Occasionally an opportunity presents itself that has the potential to be a nice surprise. Such is the case this year when I was invited by Wilson to help out with a new project at the U.S. Open in NYC. The company created a brand new store under the newly renovated Louis Armstrong Stadium and as [see more]