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 Post subject: Re: Training rubber
PostPosted: 24 May 2018, 02:15 
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Ah I see now yeah, they have some cool looking equipment tho :P
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Huieson-Carbon-Fiber-Table-Tennis-Racket-Double-Face-Pimples-in-Racket-Rubber-Table-Tennis-Bat-with/32792848029.html

the racket is "Glued with Special Carbon Powder Gum, So the Racket Blade is Lightweight and of Great Rebounding Power"
anything that starts with "special" must be top quality!

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 Post subject: Re: Training rubber
PostPosted: 25 May 2018, 14:38 
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You've seen their robot, right?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Profess ... 03514.html

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 Post subject: Re: Training rubber
PostPosted: 30 May 2018, 05:55 
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I haven't before, amazing technology!


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 Post subject: Re: Training rubber
PostPosted: 30 May 2018, 15:10 
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There is a lot of Chinese asserting that this helps generate spin-heavy strokes without damaging racket by hitting the table. I personally doubt how effective or efficient this type of "robo" trainer can be for a player. You have to play a moving ball else how do you get the timing to play the stroke ??

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 Post subject: Re: Training rubber
PostPosted: 01 Jun 2018, 00:08 
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I don't think it's about the timing of the stoke. My coach will sometimes place a small empty plastic bottle on the table, and put the ball where the cap would be normally. He then encourages the kid to brush hit the ball so that it lands on the other side of the table, but the bottle must NOT be knocked over. It gives the feeling of a correct stroke. This does help develop the FH or BH loop, but it is a pain picking up the balls. The Device above, although there are others, would do the same job, and is more adjustable. But I don't know how substantial it is.

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 Post subject: Re: Training rubber
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Just opened the packet on that sheet of TinArc 5 I've had lying around since last January. A little bit of a surprise - it's quite different from TinArc 3. TinArc 3 has a deep red sponge, this one is an off-white. Neither has large pores. The TinArc 5 sponge has tiny parallel ridges that gives it a little bit of surface texture. Tin Arc 3 was non-tacky, and didn't have the thin plastic sheet over the surface (IIRC), which would be similar to Japanese/German/Big Dipper rubbers. Tin Arc 5 DOES have a thin plastic sheet. Not sure if it's tacky, I haven't removed said sheet yet. There's also a sheet of white paper on the BACK (the sponge side), with "windows" cut in it - no idea why, there's no corresponding holes on the back of the packet (sometimes it's to show what the sponge looks like). AND it was vacuum packed. Really had a vacuum in the bag. The bag is unlike what you get with Yinhe and Palio rubbers, it's thin cellophane (much like the plastic you find OUTSIDE the cardboard packaging that comes with a sheet of Rasant), except this one is INSIDE the cardboard. The cardboard is sealed with a tear-off strip (like TinArc 3 - can't say I've seen packaging like this on any other rubbers I've ever bought, including H3). There is NO advertising sheet inside (like there was with TinArc III). The sponge is a little crumbly, cut slowly. The back-packet blurb says TinArc 5 was designed for the plastic ball - not really sure when it came out. No indication of sponge hardness on the packet (don't think there was a choice). I bought it mainly because it was on deep sale at the time at one of the Eachengs.

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DHS Tin Arc 5 - 4 corners cut
black 64.31g 166x171.5mm 0.233g/cm^2.

My old TinArc 3 post.

viewtopic.php?f=44&t=25211&start=315#p332994

There is, of course, no TinArc 4. Bad Feng Shui.

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