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PostPosted: 19 Mar 2017, 06:05 
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One of our young lads at the club has bought a Amicus basic for practicing at home. He has told me that although he likes the robot, it will not do different spins in a six ball sequence ? He says it will only do either six topspin or six backspin balls, but not a combination of both types of spin in the sequence. Is this correct ? I thought even the Basic would do alternate spins in a rally/drill. (I have the Pro Model )
Anyone shed some light on this.


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RogerH wrote:
One of our young lads at the club has bought a Amicus basic for practicing at home. He has told me that although he likes the robot, it will not do different spins in a six ball sequence ? He says it will only do either six topspin or six backspin balls, but not a combination of both types of spin in the sequence. Is this correct ? I thought even the Basic would do alternate spins in a rally/drill. (I have the Pro Model )
Anyone shed some light on this.


Hi, i just bought the Pro version and it seems as its only the pro and adv that have this option.
See attachment and"programmable"

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Thanks for the info. I though the basic did different spin, but obviously not .


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RogerH wrote:
Thanks for the info. I though the basic did different spin, but obviously not .


In truth, the machine can...but the controller cannot. Thats the only difference in the models.


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