Figuring out symmetrical layouts based off of axis rotation

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THS Average: 209
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Positive Axis Point: 4 3/4 left and up 7/8
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Axis Tilt: 20
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Figuring out symmetrical layouts based off of axis rotation

Post by kzues765 » February 27th, 2018, 3:06 am

My question pertains to how to figure out symmetrical layouts based off a player's tilt and axis rotation. Bowlingchat.Wiki talks about how to figure out asymmetrical layouts based off a player's tilt and axis rotation. How can I figure out how to find a player's symmetrical layouts for a benchmark, midline, control, long and strong, and totally strong with out using the plus five degrees to the drilling angle and the minus five degrees to the VAL angle.
Left handed
Ball Speed 18
Average THS: 209
Average on Sport: 193
Rev Rate: 474
Axis Rotation: 60*
Axis Tilt: 20*
PAP: 4 3/4 left up 7/8"

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