Guide for broken Rackets 04

This method is not mine. Jitender S. sended it to me from India.
His solution does not look very nice on the result, but should be very resilient and lightweight.

Required material:

  • 1 piece racket frame (from another racket). This piece should correspond as possible to the frame to be repaired.
  • Heavy duty string (possibly piece of badminton-string).
  • Super glue.


The required materials - Badmintontraining auf www.badminton-tips.deHere are the required materials.
The piece of frame should preferably come from a racket that has the same characteristics as the racket to be repaired

Piece of frame from an old racket - Badmintontraining auf www.badminton-tips.deHere Jitender has already separated a piece of frame from an old racket (possibly with Dremel).

 

Piece of frame from an old racket - Badmintontraining auf www.badminton-tips.de
Jitender holds the prepared frame piece to the break point of the racket to be repaired.

 

Result - Badmintontraining auf www.badminton-tips.de
The frame piece is fixed with string to the breakage and then skimmed with super glue. This has to harden 24 hours.

 

Result from outside - Badmintontraining auf www.badminton-tips.deThe fixed racket viewed from the outside.

Result - Badmintontraining auf www.badminton-tips.deThis is how the racquet looks.
The twine remains with Jitenders method for safety.

Wish you a lot of fun with the reproduction.

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time18.10.2017 - 11:50:52
Homepagehttp://www.badminton-tips.de

Isa, repair by bamboo has been done before. Watch this video

A nice alternative to my steel nails, but I will continue to use them.
I can bend them individually to the shape of the racquet, which also remains after stringing. Bamboo is not much lighter than steel in that small quantity, so i see no advantage.

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Useryamato905
Date / Time17.10.2017 - 22:18:09

Isa, repair by bamboo has been done before. Watch this video: https://youtu.be/8YS9-cZYKC8

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time13.10.2017 - 11:26:00
Homepagehttp://www.badminton-tips.de

I don't have any nails to fix it. But I use bamboo sticks to fill the inside of the frame instead.

I hope for you, that it will work.
Please let us know.

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Userisa
Date / Time13.10.2017 - 06:23:05

My Z-force II is broken just like yours. I don't have any nails to fix it. But I use bamboo sticks to fill the inside of the frame instead. They are lighter than steel. I will see if it can hold any tension after the glue drys. Thanks.

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time21.07.2017 - 13:33:00
Homepagehttp://www.badminton-tips.de

hii admin can u plez put the picture of the adhesive you use or the full name and type of the adhesive

I took 2k of "JB Weld"

bye,

Ralf

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Userkashyap suraj shekar
Date / Time21.07.2017 - 13:15:29

hii admin can u plez put the picture of the adhesive you use or the full name and type of the adhesive

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UserDirk R.
Date / Time17.06.2017 - 11:34:38

Habe meinen Schläger nach der Methode 03 repariert. Wirkt sehr stabil und die paar Gramm mehr merke ich beim Spielen eigentlich nicht. Habe den von Ralf empfohlenen Kleber (J-B Weld) und Stahlnägel in der Größe 2,7 x 50 mm benutzt. Reparatur ging recht schnell und unkomplizierter als ich mir das anfangs vorgestellt hatte. Schade ist nur, dass ich nicht schon früher auf Ralfs Seite gestoßen bin :-)

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time02.06.2017 - 21:03:47
Homepagehttp://www.badminton-tips.de

aber es fühlt sich beim Spielen irgendwie komisch an. Woran kann das liegen?

Je nach verwendeten Materialien und Umsetzung wird der Racket mehr oder weniger Kopflastig. Dieser fühlt sich also anders an als vorher. Mancher Spieler favorisiert sogar kopflastige Rackets vor Ausgewogenen oder Grifflastigen.

LG, Ralf

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UserFabian
Date / Time02.06.2017 - 13:37:47
Homepagehttp://tennisschlaeger-tester.de/

Habe es tatsächlich geschafft meinen Schläger zu reparieren, aber es fühlt sich beim Spielen irgendwie komisch an. Woran kann das liegen?

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UserFrank B.
Date / Time16.05.2017 - 07:45:34

Habe das Racket meiner Tochter nach den Hinweisen dieser Seite repariert. Die Reparatur hat super funktioniert - sehr empfehlenswert !!!!!

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time10.05.2017 - 12:58:18
Homepagehttp://www.badminton-tips.de

vat is the tension dat can be given to racket after the 3rd or any process.....¿????

11 kg is the strongest i tryed.
If you need more and string with manual machine (not electronic), i think 13 kg ist possible.

bye,
Ralf

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Userkashyap suraj shekar
Date / Time10.05.2017 - 05:45:25

vat is the tension dat can be given to racket after the 3rd or any process.....¿????

plez replay coz my lining woods n 9ii LD series is broken and im plaing to do the 3rd process.......

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time17.04.2017 - 14:08:47
Homepagehttp://www.badminton-tips.de

Could you provide the details of the asian repair guy.

No, i don´t rember, cause i do it my own (cheap) way.

I met a guy who claims to melt and mend racquets (don't know thAre e detailed process) , but he takes guarantee that mended portions woulnt break after repairing.

If it is not too expensive, than just try it.
I don´t know that method.

Bye, Ralf

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Userlucky
Date / Time17.04.2017 - 13:45:36

Could you provide the details of the asian repair guy.

Are you familiar with carbonizing of a broken graphite racquet. I met a guy who claims to melt and mend racquets (don't know the detailed process) , but he takes guarantee that mended portions woulnt break after repairing.

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time16.04.2017 - 15:06:31
Homepagehttp://www.badminton-tips.de

Is it possible to repair such an racquet professionally apart from the above three methods ?

A few years ago I saw a link to a dealer (I believe in Asia). Included shipping costs and restringing, it is too expensive compared to a new racket.

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Userlucky
Date / Time16.04.2017 - 14:26:54

My racquet head is broken as shown in the descriptive figure. Is it possible to repair such an racquet professionally apart from the above three methods ?

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UserThorsten P.
Date / Time14.10.2016 - 15:41:46

Habe meinen Schläger nach Anleitung von Ralf repariert und er hält wirklich stand.
Würde es immer wieder so machen. 👍

Lg Thorsten

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UserAfzal
Date / Time12.02.2016 - 17:22:37

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time30.01.2016 - 18:53:01

Is there any way I can post some pictures of repaired racket?

I´ve changed the options of comments.
Now you can upload pictures, wich will be shown here.

bye,
Ralf

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UserAfzal
Date / Time29.01.2016 - 21:51:27

Thanks Ralf, I will try manual breaking method. Is there any way I can post some pictures of repaired racket?


Regards,

Afzal

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time29.01.2016 - 21:22:02

Ralf: I have a question for you, the racket I am planning to repair is not fully broken but cracked, and for using this method the two sides has to be separated, how do I separate two sides, should I cut it or how.

I have tested various methods:
Sawing, diagonally cut with microflex (dremel) and at least manual breaking.
The simplest method (breaking) gave the best durability after repair. You will get the most overlapping material for glueing the nails.
So I recommend gently breaking the racket.

bye,
Ralf

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UserAfzal
Date / Time29.01.2016 - 16:39:02

I have repiared voltric 70 with this method. Strung the racket within 45 mins of repairs and it is ready to play. I measured the weight before it was 80 gms and after repairs 83 gms. I didn't use matchstick though. I have used super glue and little file to smoothen the surface. After that I used acrlyic paint to color the area.

I didn't notice any difference while playing with this racket. I have another broken racket voltric 80 (cracked) that I am planning to repair using this method.

Since I have used this method and I stand by it.

Ralf: I have a question for you, the racket I am planning to repair is not fully broken but cracked, and for using this method the two sides has to be separated, how do I separate two sides, should I cut it or how.

Any response is appreciated.

Thanks,

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UserRalf (Admin)
Date / Time06.10.2015 - 13:06:22

can you please show the glue you've used? thanks...

I use glue called: JB Adhesive Weld

bye,
Ralf

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Userburn
Date / Time06.10.2015 - 11:54:22

can you please show the glue you've used? thanks...

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Usersteven
Date / Time27.08.2015 - 19:05:10

Like to share the method?

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UserWilhemina L.
Date / Time11.06.2015 - 09:06:51

You should be a part of a contest for one of the finest sites on the web. I am going to highly recommend this site!

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UserLeonard Arent
Date / Time10.06.2015 - 16:14:16

Thanks for sharing your thoughts and tips about Badminton. Regards

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UserSanthosh kalady
Date / Time09.06.2015 - 03:48:36

I have a new method which increases just 0.65 gm weight and the tension can be up to 30 lbs..

And also we need just 5 min to re string the racket after repair.With in 45 minutes racket is ready to play.

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UserEsperanza Wegener
Date / Time08.06.2015 - 04:14:23

Excellent site. Plenty of useful information here.

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UserStaci Martine
Date / Time06.06.2015 - 21:47:01

I think the admin of this website is in fact working hard in favor of his site, because here every data is quality based stuff.

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