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 Post subject: Frictionless LP
PostPosted: 21 Feb 2020, 20:07 
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What are actually the best legal frictionless or with less friction LP rubber?


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 Post subject: Re: Frictionless LP
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Only, if I had a buck for the number of similar threads on this forum ...

Anyway, the first name that comes to mind is D.Tecs ...

Palio CK531A also seems to me as a low-friction LP


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 Post subject: Re: Frictionless LP
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The most popular low friction LPs around here are D.TecS, Dornenglanz and Phantom 012. Dornenglanz is probably the easiest to control.

Phantom 012 is especially popular among the push blockers but I think that a lot of people "sun tan" them as the sheet that I tried didn't have as good reversal as D.TecS and Dornenganz.

Edit: Maybe it's an anti you should be looking for instead as you play close to the table? One of those fancy frictionless antis ...


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 Post subject: Re: Frictionless LP
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This is the next LP, I'm going to get, to scratch a bit of the EJ itch I have .. Tell me, how does it compare to the like D.tecs, Dornenglanz, 388D, Bomb Talent etc..


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What are actually the best legal frictionless or with less friction LP rubber?
All the testing data on LPs is owned by ITTF, not for public informaton.
Yes, we have got some actual numbers from an alternative testing lab. A low-profile rubber maker came out on market with pimples-out friction of 0.58 CoF -- it is the best "skidding" effect we have ever met so far.

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mart1nandersson wrote:
The most popular low friction LPs around here are D.TecS, Dornenglanz and Phantom 012. Dornenglanz is probably the easiest to control.

Phantom 012 is especially popular among the push blockers but I think that a lot of people "sun tan" them as the sheet that I tried didn't have as good reversal as D.TecS and Dornenganz.

Edit: Maybe it's an anti you should be looking for instead as you play close to the table? One of those fancy frictionless antis ...


I dont think phantom is anywhere close to d.tecs. as far as friction goes, with 0012 I can hit against all types of spin including top spin. It has low reversal and does not seem to trouble opponents much with passive blocks, unlike d.tecs.

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 Post subject: Re: Frictionless LP
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Why Donic Piranja isn't popular?


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igorponger wrote:
merlin el mago wrote:
What are actually the best legal frictionless or with less friction LP rubber?
All the testing data on LPs is owned by ITTF, not for public informaton.
Yes, we have got some actual numbers from an alternative testing lab. A low-profile rubber maker came out on market with pimples-out friction of 0.58 CoF -- it is the best "skidding" effect we have ever met so far.

/Be happy/


Please do share the name of the low-profile rubber maker, and along with the LP name


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 Post subject: Re: Frictionless LP
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 Post subject: Re: Frictionless LP
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Why Donic Piranja isn't popular?


I think it has a lot of friction. Good for chopping and chop-blocking, but not so good for passive blocking. Ball pops up.

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