I was wondering if someone has thought about the same thing..
I dont know if you've ever served a couple strings for yourself, but its a pain in the ass :confused: and no matter how hard I try I cant get it as clean as I want..
Does anyone know of any EASY and budgetfriendly way...
I have been in the habit of having strings made for years but recently the quality has worsened, so I figure, what have I got to loose? What techniques, materials and equipment would I need to make my own strings at home.
This is my first bow and its made from osage wood laminates I cut from a board and unfortunately, there is some grain crossing in the laminates.
.125*2 osage, .040 *2 core-tuff, then .125*2 osage with a purpleheart riser (between core-tuff).
I was wondering if I need a backing...
I have been looking at making a string jig. I see several that have a LONG piece of steel in a channel form bolted to the workbench. The jigs are mounted to this channel.
My question is... Where do I get this "channel" and what is it actually called. If I knew the name of this piece of...