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  1. #1
    varuscelli Guest

    Hello and Invitation to Visit the Stringing Machine Photo Library

    Hello!

    Just joined the forum and am trying to spread the word about our new website dedicated to tennis racquet stringing machines. (Non-commercial site dedicated to those who need to do stringing machine research before making a purchase, etc.).

    The site is the Stringing Machine Photo Library, and is located here:

    http://www.photostringer.com/

    There are almost 200 different types of stringing machines represented on the site as of this date, and we've even posted a page dedicated to ball machines here:

    http://www.photostringer.com/ball_machines.htm

    The photo library is only about a month old but growing quickly.

    Visitors and feedback are welcomed!

    Thanks a bunch...

    Al Ruscelli
    vruscelli@houston.rr.com

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    Join Date
    May 2003
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    Hey Al,

    Welcome to tennisw.com! I hope you enjoy using the site and visit often. I checked out your site... very nice what you are doing, it could be useful information for many.
    TennisW.com Network Administrator
    www.TennisW.com

  3. #3
    varuscelli Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Hey Al,

    Welcome to tennisw.com! I hope you enjoy using the site and visit often. I checked out your site... very nice what you are doing, it could be useful information for many.
    Thank you, John, and thanks for the welcome.

    I was hoping the invitation to view the site would be received well. I've been putting a lot of work into it since the "brainstorm" hit me in early November. I really do think it will be a nice reference site for people who are interested in stringing machines, whether they're doing research before buying or are just curious. And I've had LOTS of photo contributions from all levels of stringers from amateur to professional, so it has taken off very well from a "needed materials" standpoint.

    Thanks again for the welcome!

    PS, I have you linked on our links page, now, too under the Tennis Forums section.

    Al Ruscelli
    www.photostringer.com
    Last edited by varuscelli; 12-19-2006 at 12:56 AM.

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