Karma Tennis said:
But your Cross Stringing Tool is a Work of ART and one of the most under-rated inventions of all time.
From the Stringway users club:
My trusty ML120 is almost seven years old. I’m self taught – learned from watching yulitle videos on youtube. Only string for myself and my kids however my good friend who is a really good player and been nationally ranked in the 5.0s asked if I could string his stick so I did and he told me it was perfect. The stringway is so consistent. I will not move to an electronic machine because of this.
From the Stringwayh users club:
Hi count me in!
I’ve been on and off this forum since 2013, but started stringing since 2012. Stringway ML100 with a T92 fixed clamp system is my tool of choice. It was the machine that I learned about stringing, taught by a close friend of mine, also a proud Stringway owner for more than a decade.
ML100 has been so reliable and solid. I string both badminton and tennis racquets. I must confess, I’ve been trying to purchase a Wise2086 to up my games in stringing to the electronic era. However, I worry too much about the maintenance and calibration of a digital device. The pure and elegant mechanical design of Stringway is just impeccable.
Anyway, as long as I stay passionate about stringing, my Stringway ML100 will always be my loyal partner.
I received the heavy parcel on Friday. The box was delivered in very good condition apart from a minor tear in the cardboard. No internal damage.
Assembly went fine as did my first racquet stringing, a Wilson Pro Staff 97, RF Autograph, for a friend.
I’m overall very pleased with quality of the machining, fits, and finish of all the sub-assemblies.
I guess that means I get to join the Stringway Club on the Tennis Warehouse Forum!
Appreciate your kind and helpful and timely answers to all my questions.
yesterday i’ve tried for the first time the stringing machine , wow!
tensioning system is absolutely wonderful , fast , simple and well built.
overall quality is impressive , the only thing that ( at the moment ) i’m not used to is the t92 clamps
anyway it’s worth the extra money i’ve paid for having a machine made in netherlands against a made in china
i think that your stringing machines are the only one that are made in europe…
Last month I decided to upgrade my Pro Stringer clamps. After speaking to Fred from Stringway I went with two Triple clamps and one Double clamp.
They arrived yesterday and after stringing a racquet with them I’m very happy with the purchase. They are very easy to use/adjust with the tension knob and are very gentle on the strings. The Triple clamps have very little drawback as well. Thanks Fred for providing a well engineered product.
I guess I’m now a partial member of the “Stringway’s Users” Club! TD
I may have been an initial guinea pig for the Concorde upgrade here in the states. There were a number of issues, but this may have been due to the age of my ML100, and that at least here in the states that there may not have been many (or any) requests to upgrade. There were some back and forth w/Mark, Fred & myself plus a few trips to a specialty hardware store down the road but in the end they got me all set up and running and I was pleased.
I do like the Concorde, not sure if it’s a standard feature on all new Stringways, but I’d definitely purchase it. As mentioned above it is more for tensioning the mains than for 360 degree rotation. It will allow you to rotate a racquet 360; however, the Stringway units spin so effortlessly around I don’t typically use the Concorde for this function.
Like me! Just bought a ML100 T92! Did some racquets and I’m loving it so far!
I would just like to say that I have had my machine for ten years. It has been fantastic and I have strung 6,318 racquets with it.
It is just starting to need a service because some parts on the tension head are wearing out and it doesn’t grip the string as well as it did when it was new, but after ten years I feel it was an excellent purchase and had no hesitation ordering another machine from Stringway.
I was just too late for yours . . .
But another one popped up in the For Sale section and on Monday it departed the East Coast and arrived on Friday at the West Coast
So I am the happy new owner of a LaserFibre ML100
Thanks – but I don’t mind the age at all
Strung 5 racquets with the LaserFibre this weekend and she still works perfectly !
I already downloaded the manual a while ago before I bough it 😉
I eyeballed the position and every thing worked great,
Will post on TW later today.
You have a awesome weekend,
I’m really impressed with you support.
after 12-15 stringjobs on my new ml-100 t92 stringing machine i am sure that i’ve made a great decision in choosing stringway… simply the best manual machine ever tried!