On 4/25/2007 4:32 PM, Philippe Azar wrote:
> Quick question: why is it that when you cut the mains on a racket, you get a
> really satisfying ping as the strings retract but the same doesnt happen for
> the crosses eventhough they're strung at the same tension? Always wondered
> about that....
The crosses are never able to reach the same tension as the mains
because of the increased friction due to weaving (even though the
stringing machine is set to the same tension), so they don't snap back
as much as the mains.
Received on Sat Apr 28 2007 - 00:11:31 CDT