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    Gamma X-ST Stringing Machine

    Table Top Model. Tabletop stringing machine with 6 point Quick Mount support system.
    • Manual spring tension winder.
    • 9-90 lbs (5-40 kgs) range.
    • 6 point Quick Mount System.
    • Quick Action swivel clamp base.
    • Slim profile all metal diamond coated string clamps with a unique self locking adjustment knob to hold strings with less clamping pressure.
    • Strong, light-weight aluminum extrusion construction includes base with built-in tool tray & drawer.
    • 360 Degree turntable rotation with locking brake.
    • Tools Included: Gamma Pathfinder Awl, Straight Awl, Straight Pliers, Hex Wrenches, Razor Cutter.
    Added Bonus:
    • Includes a Starter String Pack with 3 sets of GAMMA performance string and the USRSA Getting Started Stringing Guide.

    5 Year LImited Warranty.

    average rating 4.5 out of 5
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    2 Reviews
    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Easy to use

    Machine is very easy to learn, but make and investment in starting clamp with it. Practice is needed though to become proficient, especially with certain racquets that have that have string patterns with covered grommet holes.

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    Rated 4 out of 5
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    good machine, poor instructions

    First time stringer. I read newbies took up to 3 hours to string the first time. Took me longer but mainly due to what I now view as basic instructions lacking in the how to use manual. This is a crank style machine and there weren't any videos on the web on how to use. The assembly instructions were for an older version of the machine and some parts were different. With the help of someone who has strung before I figured it out. He told me the racket I used for my first stringing job wasn't the easiest to figure out but agreed that the instructions lacked information. After we finished he used his tension measuring device and the tension was spot on per the stringer settings. After all is said and done the machine works well and we are happy with the purchase. I think it would be helpful if Gamma sent along a tutorial video specific to the machine.

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