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I Want One of Those: Grand Slam Stringing Technologies

If you’re a typical amateur tennis player, restringing your racket takes you 30 to 60 minutes. Grand Slam Stringing Technologies halves the time with an easy one-use weaving template made of biodegradable cellulose acetate.

Grand Slam Stringing Technologies
Courtesy of Grand Slam Stringing Technologies Group.

Inventors Siddharth Agrawal ’14, Ramesh Govindan ’13, Elliot Kastner ’13, Albert Kim ’14, and Jonathan Pedde ’14 won the Phillip R. Jackson Prize for outstanding performance in ENGS 21: “Introduction to Engineering.” Their teaching assistant was Noam Rosenthal ’13.

Grand Slam Stringing Technologies
Courtesy of Grand Slam Stringing Technologies Group.

Categories: The Great Hall, I Want One of Those

Tags: design, projects, students

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