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 Post subject: TT Matic 505B
PostPosted: 23 Jan 2016, 22:06 
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Hi all
Does anyone own or previously own a TT Matic 505B robot?
Im considering buying one but I need sone feedback on it.
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 Post subject: Re: TT Matic 505B
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Very few of these were imported down under. I almost bought one a few years back, and spent many hours scouring the internet for reviews in multiple languages.

The consensus seemed to be they are extremely reliable and easy to repair yourself because they are hardware rather than software based. Also the balls produced can be very realistic, but you are limited by the fixed steps of spin you can create manually with the 3 interchangeable "shoots" that attach near the motor.

So (apparently) unbeatable for reliability, and the 360d rotating heads are cool, but slow to change between drills, as the vertical flight angle needs to be manually adjusted for any change in spin attachment, or speed.

If you buy.an Amacus pro you simple press the next pre-programmed drill number to change drills.

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 Post subject: Re: TT Matic 505B
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Shoebox9 wrote:
Very few of these were imported down under. I almost bought one a few years back, and spent many hours scouring the internet for reviews in multiple languages.

The consensus seemed to be they are extremely reliable and easy to repair yourself because they are hardware rather than software based. Also the balls produced can be very realistic, but you are limited by the fixed steps of spin you can create manually with the 3 interchangeable "shoots" that attach near the motor.

So (apparently) unbeatable for reliability, and the 360d rotating heads are cool, but slow to change between drills, as the vertical flight angle needs to be manually adjusted for any change in spin attachment, or speed.

If you buy.an Amacus pro you simple press the next pre-programmed drill number to change drills.


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Thanks for that.
Did you buy the Amicus Pro then?


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