Detecting and Dealing With String Clamp SlippageAlbert Murata
In one of my previous articles titled, “Upgrading Your Tension Calibrator,” I talked about how your stringing machine is only as good as your tension calibrator.
This video will share how achieving consistency as a stringer is paramount and how your string job is only as good as your machine string clamps!
Check out the video below
The Top 4 Guidelines That You Should Consider when Adjusting your String Clamps
- Gauge – Tighter for thin and looser for thick
- Tension – Tighter for high (65+) and looser for low
- String Type – Looser for multifilament and natural gut
- String Coating – Tighter for slippery strings
- At 8:05, I want to clarify that the 1 pound decrease in reference tension applies only to the pre-stretched first four mains.
- At 8:36, I meant to say “add thickness to the clamp,” not “avoid thickness to the clamp.”
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Check out the article Upgrading Your Tension Calibrator or watch the video below
On a related topic, I plan to post a sequel video discussing String Clamp Drawback and how you might remedy this issue. As a Premium Member, you’ll be able to join me on my journey as I dive deeper into this topic!
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