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    hello, what should be put to undercut a martin saber TD with nap center rest, thank you for your help

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    Not sure what you mean by "undercut", pretty sure that the sight window is already cut past center. If you are talking about rests, you might try a plunger and flipper type system.
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    how far we place the nock with martin saber TD with nap center flipper rest.

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    I still don't get it. I've never heard the term "undercut" in archery. Are you asking about the nocking point location on the string? If so then I most always start with the arrow about 1/16" to 1/8" above square in relation to the rest. Set the centershot of the rest about 3/4" from the sight window and tune from there.
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    Sorry but i can't translate the french word détalonnage. So i have a martin saber takedown with a nap center flipper rest and i want to know the nocking point location on the string above square, i use carbon shafts 5/16.

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    OK, I think I gave the answer above. About 1 /16" to 1/8" above square for a starting position.

    One thing I'd like to say here. You need not apologize for not being able to translate into English. I assume you're French and that's OK. The internet is not exclusive to USA type English. Besides, your use of English is way much better than my French. You ask your questions and we'll figure things out eventually.
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    My Martin Diablo is about 2 mm above the square. Seems close but if I shoot an unfletched arrow it goes with the rest of the group. If I move it higher it drops out of the group.

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    thank you, your response, I hope to give what I have learned

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    Good luck! And in case no one has already said it, Welcome to the site!
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