Maltby Laser Frequency Machine

Maltby Laser Frequency Machine

Laser Frequency Machine
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Pad of Frequency Charts
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Replacement Frequency Tip Weight
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Maltby Laser Frequency Machine

The Maltby Design Laser Frequency Machine is a valuable tool for clubmakers to consistently measure shaft frequency of both assembled clubs and raw shafts. Other frequency machines measure reflected light which often results in missed or inconsistent frequency readings. By using a laser as the primary light source, measurements are not affected by ambient or reflected light, shaft color or shaft material. New features for 2008 include: 1) A much improved clutch clamping system that will clamp both gripped golf clubs and raw shafts without changing clamps. 2) A heavy duty base to better protect the electronic components of the analyzer and to eliminate the need for raiser blocks when using on a workbench and 3) Heavy duty laser assembly with a dial locking mechanism to insure the laser lights stay permanently aligned. The LCD screen displays CPMs (cycles per minute) in both 3 and 5 digits for those clubmakers looking for unmatched precision readings. Complete instructions included. Operates on 110 VAC.


  • Measures assembled clubs or raw shafts from the butt end or tip end.
  • Laser CPM counter measures in 3 digit and 5 digit readings.
  • Laser posts adjust to ensure beam and shaft align properly during oscillation.
  • Average button to determine the average for multiple tests of a shaft.
  • Speed locking clamp guarantees consistent pressure on all shafts for accurate readings from one shaft to the next.
  • Easy to read LCD display.
  • 5" clamp will hold raw and gripped shafts.
  • Can be used to do Zone Frequency testing of raw shafts.
  • ASTM standard 205 tip weight included for measuring raw shafts.

Please Note: Additional shipping charges required due to weight.
Maltby Laser Frequency Machine is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! An essential tool for Clubmaker. During my studies I have been surprised by the differences in bending in a golf bag. Flexible shaft does not correspond to that indicated by the manufacturer or variations in swingweight dramatically change the golf club Excellent tool.
Date published: 2015-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very consistent results from this product Bought almost 6 months ago. Only time I got weird errors was when the table was not stable. Mounted to a board for portability. Identical results compared to a permanent mounted solution.
Date published: 2015-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another GREAT Maltby product! I am really happy with this frequency machine . . . highly recommended.
Date published: 2015-05-23
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if there is any equipment to calibrate the frequency machine ?

Asked by: AHuang
No this machine does not include any equipment to calibrate the machine. It has a ratching clamp to keep the clamping pressure consistent from one shaft to the next.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-23

Who makes this machine? Is this a Golf Mechanix frequency machine?

Asked by: Dapoggi
Yes our frequency machine is made by Golf Mechanix.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-26

My laser does not work anymore. Are there replacement lights for laser?`

Asked by: Rich
Please contact our Customer Service Department at or by calling 1-800-848-8358 and hopefully we can help you with this.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-14

Can i know the dead weight of this machine

Asked by: Harry Kang
The Maltby Laser Frequency machine weights 18 lbs.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-12

My new frequency analyzer seems to be reading on avg 20 cpm's softer than what I'm used to with my old digiflex. Any ideas why?

Asked by: Robo
More then likely it is the clamping pressure. You can adjust the clamping pressure for the ratchet clamp on our machine. If you remove the crank handle you will notice a hole in the knob that it attaches to. Use the allen wrench that came with the machine and insert it into this hole. There is an allen screw it will fit into. Turn to the right to tighten the clamping pressure and to he left to loosen the clamping pressure. With the machine I use here at The GolfWorks I have had to tighten the clamp a little, especially for testing raw shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-07

hi, I am customer #: 1810501. I ordered the MA 2026 16.01.2016. Now I want the Laser Frequency Machine. Please make the special price in the way my last Order. I am reseller in germany. the price if possible with shipping and tax costs. THX Karl-Heinz

Asked by: Karl Heinz
You would need to contact our Customer Service Department and they will help you with this order. You can contact them at
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-19

I have an older machine. I get a OSC reading on some shafts what does that mean/

Asked by: Jim
The frequency machine stores readings to take an average. When you change from one shaft to the next the frequency reading is different enough to confuse the machine. Press and hold the average button until it reads CLR. This clears the memory and you can then test the next shaft. For future reference this is explained in the instruction booklet.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-08

!. Do you have an instruction booklet? My frequency machine is very tempermental. I find it difficult to get a reading. Should all clubs be checked without a grip? If necessary is it possible to purchase the computer board only? if yes, what is the cost

Asked by: LeeH
You will find the instructions at this link. You can check frequency on gripped or ungripped clubs with this machine. If you are having trouble getting readings there are two things that come to mind. One is the laser beam might not be properly aligned. One of the laser beam fixtures has a slot cut into it so that it can be threaded to properly align the beam. The beam from the slotted fixture should shine into the center of the fixture on the opposite side. If this is the case you might be getting a lot of readings that read "brun". If you are getting inconsistent number readings it is likely the clamping pressure. The ratchet clamp can be adjusted. You need to remove the top crank handle using the Allen Wrench that comes with the machine. Once you remove the handle you will notice a small hole in the top knob. Slide the allen wrench into the hole and into a screw. Turn right to tighten the pressure and left to loosen the pressure. You may have to play with this adjustment to make sure your pressure works with both gripped and ungripped clubs.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-09
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