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can I use the rubber Taichi (giant dragon) for my hand made returnboard?
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mehdi196 wrote:
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can I use the rubber Taichi (giant dragon) for my hand made returnboard?
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No reason why not. You'll need a bunch of them unless you're really accurate.

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I actually considered buying this years ago...that goodness common sense prevailed, or my wife or something like that :?:

There's a certain skill level that is required to use it unlike a robot which is way more forgiving.

My solution at that time...ping pong table and the basement drywall. Really basic but goodenough for no spin looping or counterhitting and movement/conditioning.

With my robot, I have all I need for self practice which will never fully sub for live play but makes a good individual-based practice supplement.

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Hi friends, i'm from Colombia and i am new in this forum. I built my own return board based in the TSP return board... the way to make it more cheap was add foam instead tt rubber. I would like show a pic of the final result. The principal result of using foam is that the ball return with less effect, like an antispin rubber.

Note: some parts was printed with 3D printer, and the structure was made with steel.
Note2: Extreme Game is the name of my TT Club here in Colombia.


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mehdi196 wrote:
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can I use the rubber Taichi (giant dragon) for my hand made returnboard?
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A little expensive, though, isn't it? Consider that you need about a half dozen sheets. Better go with, say, Reactor Corbor. If you look around you can get this for under $4 a sheet including shipping.

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Setiriag wrote:
The principal result of using foam is that the ball return with less effect, like an antispin rubber.


Hmm, that might be a good way to prepare for the “dead rubber” users in my club. I’ve had a couple of music stands and twenty sheets of 1.5mm 729 General rubber waiting to be built into a return board for the past year.

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