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PostPosted: 19 Oct 2018, 00:26 
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lasta wrote:
all else being equal, hardness and stiffness is exponential to thickness

Stiffness, but not hardness.


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Zhaoyang wrote:
lasta wrote:
all else being equal, hardness and stiffness is exponential to thickness

Stiffness, but not hardness.


I thought I discovered fire, now you just pissed on it :headbang:


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All this talk about Tibhar Burns and Yinhe Bakes makes me think I should look up those old threads about baking blades in ovens again.. since I've got LOTS of Sanwei M8s maybe I should throw one in the oven and see what happens. I can afford to ruin one or two.. :lol: (Wondering how to keep the lens from melting - maybe pop it out temporarily..)

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If you're that set on one, rather than wasting money... why not just get a blade maker to craft one how you desire? Thick, stiff wood perhaps with some carbon layers put in.

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The problem is.. custom blademakers don't have things that well calibrated either. I mean, OK, you design a blade with the requisite thickness and carbon layers, etc. And then it goes to the customer, the customer tries it.. and it's not stiff enough or TOO stiff or doesn't have enough "feeling", or whatever.. :lol: I suppose you can then get a second blade made - "make it a little stiffer", etc. Which would be an advantage over off-the-shelf blades. At least you can choose an exact handle size/shape and blade size/shape..

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Soulspin in Germany will custom make just about anything for you. A d they already make blades for pro companies, ie donic. Production plus shipping is kind of slow, though. Over a month would not be uncommon

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Tempting. A 7mm clipper with outer layer Koto and alc plus mahogany core. Too heavy?


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Tempting. A 7mm clipper with outer layer Koto and alc plus mahogany core. Too heavy?


Use OX LP on one side? Even a 110 gram blade plus 35-45 for a sheet of short pips and maybe 20 for the OX side... Still around the 180s. Not unreasonable at all. Soulspin also offers a smaller than usual head size, so that could reduce weight.

Starting to sound like a soulspin marketer!! But their blades really are great, and they have tons of custom handle setups to choose from. Most comfortable ones I've ever held!

This thread has me tempted to have another made... something along the lines you're talking about. A short pips killer, but still good with anti on the BH

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skilless_slapper wrote:
Soulspin in Germany will custom make just about anything for you. A d they already make blades for pro companies, ie donic. Production plus shipping is kind of slow, though. Over a month would not be uncommon


Yeah, they do, but there's no guarantee that what they'll make for you is exactly what you're looking for, especially on the first try. I doubt they OEM blades for Donic, at least not the ones Donic sells by the thousands - those are probably mass-produced at that huge Swedish blade factory that also makes Stiga/Tibhar/Yasaka/etc. blades. They might make prototypes, though, or one-offs. Incidentally, Yinhe will custom-make you a blade, I came across it on their web site. So will Nittaku.

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my bet for stiga sense 7,6 or timo boll t5000. fast with control

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dariowai wrote:
my bet for stiga sense 7,6 or timo boll t5000. fast with control


Hi, I'm glad the T5000 is working for you. Can you give a direct comparison to the ALC, spirit, viscaria, Stradivarius etc? Does the replacement of ALC with regular carbon make a huge difference to overall stiffness? I find these alcs to be sufficiently hard, but too flexible on hard impact.


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