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deadpin6
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Re: need a peer check

Post by deadpin6 » August 4th, 2016, 3:03 am

Yes I've asked about that but they insist that that in better off with inserts making sound like it's a moral sin not b to use them. 29/32 is whats in my balls now slightly snug but I'll can get out of them.
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Re: need a peer check

Post by EricHartwell » August 4th, 2016, 4:12 pm

Sometimes you have to insist more. I guess as long as you don't have issues. Personally I want a clean release without my fingers poping like corks.

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Re: need a peer check

Post by elgavachon » August 4th, 2016, 7:13 pm

deadpin6 wrote:Yes I've asked about that but they insist that that in better off with inserts making sound like it's a moral sin not b to use them. 29/32 is whats in my balls now slightly snug but I'll can get out of them.
I would try inserting them "fake vaccu" style. Drill the top of the hole slightly larger and then the bottom of the hole normal. glue the insert on the bottom back and the top front & allow them to expand. You will need a soft insert. I like the clear from Vise.

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Re: need a peer check

Post by deadpin6 » September 15th, 2016, 2:00 am

Just an update on the black widow dark ledgend

It definitely rolls different than the rest of my equipment took me a few practice games with it to adjust to the break point. Pending lane condition it will go long and snap And the break point is about 3 boards stronger than the lock 5 -7 stronger than the optimus pearl and the continuation is much better. Having to actually ball down mid to end of the 2nd game pending how many are shooting the same line.
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Re: need a peer check

Post by deadpin6 » October 25th, 2016, 8:13 pm

stevespo wrote:A few weeks back, I wrote a little OpenJSCAD script to help visualize layouts. I wanted to add some additional features (balance holes, etc), but just haven't had the time. Depending on your span, this is what you're looking at in terms of that layout.
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Steve you should put make this available in the app store and charge a buck or two drop the advertisements. See how far it goes

Just a thought.
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