Well guys I talked with other string builders. They all say that they have not had the problem with fuzzing.
Hutch, give me a day or two and I'll put up a pic of what I'm talking about. Just re-waxed my strings before I made this thread. lol Even if they just hang and don't get shot, they seem to fuzz within a week or so. Shooting, they fuzz after 2-3 days.
The flo green seems to be the worst, but both are fuzzing. I have an '08 Bullet X still on it's original strings and they are in better shape than the new HH strings. Same for my '09 Moab with Stone Mt. strings.
It is looking like the process that H&H is building them. They might be burnishing them too much.
Hard to see in the pic. But my guess is that the gore fiber is not woven in the string material well enough.
I don't know about the heat treating. But there is one technique, it is burnishing. It is to take off the excess color wax on the string before you twist it. This is to give the string a good appearance and so that it bundles together well. In my first stages of learning I did this process too much and the string looked dry.
My guess is this is what they are doing. You have to remember these strings are being produced a 400 to 600 a day. Not a good way to make a string. Unless this is told to Martin, Hammerhead strings won't even know they are having a problem.
I have a guess in my Pea Brain so have to ask this Hutch. String material is made from may many tiny fibers, correct? Is it pissible that the strings are over stretched and some of those tiny fibers are actually being torn apart?