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PostPosted: 07 Nov 2022, 04:12 
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Hi folks,

Hi all,

I'm very new here. I have searched and researched and I'm coming here trying to just get some real feedback from real players.

I am a beginner to intermediate on the low side. Very long story short, coming back to the sport after 35 yrs - was only a garage hack back in the day.

I wanted to buy a 'new' cheaper table 15mm - for the garage with the sole purpose of getting a nicer robot, and grooving technique. I don't like cheap either, but it's just to practice strokes, groove technique, and practice serving.

I understand 15mm will bounce lower than 25mm, but honestly, do you guys or gals thing this would cause me to groove improperly? Maybe I could adjust the robot, not sure as I have zero experience with them.

Hoping you all will be patient if I asked a question that's been asked before and I thank you all for your experience and opinions.

Thank you!

PS. I meant to post this is the Equipment forum - I don't know how to move this, so sorry!


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