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I need a new machine but want to be able to travel with it. What is the easiest stringing machine to transport?

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Dropweight stringers are good for beginners. They are small, easy to move around, and inexpensive. If you're a professional though it's not so good for you because it's not a fast one. This kind of stringer uses a bar to get the proper tension of the string.

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