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Processed Long Pips (5)

 Processed Long Pips
by Taufik 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by Tim 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by cole ely 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by Old Fogey 15 years ago
Re: Processed Long Pips
by Taufik 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by cole 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by Taufik 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by Yves 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by Taufik 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by Yves 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by Taufik 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by taufik kesuma 15 years ago
 Re: Processed Long Pips
by Taufik 15 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: Processed Long Pips) was posted by Taufik, on 11/30/2004 10:03:44 PM:
No, no, no....
It is not to make the anti spin for inverted rubber but for the long pips.
The intention is to make the long pips smoother, normally it will be also bigger and higher up to 150% the original pips size (also the rubber base).
And the ball return will be very confusing. About 2 weeks ago I played with an old man 63 years old and he was using this processed 1615 rubber. And I played like I was an idiot. My ball always either went high out of table or went to the net. ( I play with long pips also and I thought I have mastered the way dr. Neubauer plays).

So I tried to process my long pips (OX, no sponges, so I soaked the rubber only)) with diesel oil, good results, but I believe it is still not give maximum results. And it smell bad also.

What is castor oil??

What are other liquid that could be used for processing this rubber..??








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