FOR US OPEN RACQUET STRINGERS, LOTS OF TENSION AND LITTLE THANKS

I thought this article would be of interest to IART members. When I worked on this team I remember we had 10 stringers plus two from RPNY (they primarily did their own clients racquets) Now the team has increased which IMHO, was needed due to the increased work load over the years. The volume has [see more]

A great resource!

Eldon Whitlow cities value of IART symposiums

You must choose BUT…..choose wisely

When it’s time to re-string your racquet what string should you choose?

Scrutinize your procedures and learn to challenge the process

As racquet technicians we should always be open to new techniques that can enhance the process of stringing. It might be an easier way to get from point A to point Z, a new tool that can streamline the process or just listening to someone explain why they choose to do what they do. To [see more]

Now You Think of it!

So, it has been a while since you had your racquet strung and you are standing on the court about to receive and you ask yourself; “I wonder when I should get my racquet strung”. Now is probably not the best time to think of it but if you do simply take a look at [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]

How “Stiff” is That String?

The String Characteristic Data on this site is the most comprehensive compilation of string data available that gives you a “power potential” value. But, what if you want to do it yourself for a quick indication of string stiffness, nothing else!  A few members have commented on this method and I want to modify the deflections a [see more]

String Spreaders. What are They?

String spreaders are simply a device that raise and lower the main strings in a tennis racquet during the cross string installation procedure. The pair shown below are mine that have been in service for over thirty (30) years, therefore, the well-used look!  There are a number of devices available but what are they really used [see more]