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Hmph. Studies from 2012 and 2013.

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HOW DO I KNOW Specific Gravity by g/cm³.
Wet and Dry Weighing Method as discovered by Mr. Archimedes of Syracuse.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archimede ... _principle



Yes, sinking table tennis ball into a bath of water is somewhat a meticulous procedure, still I love this job so much.


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Again. NO evidence for stated the igor-gations.

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D40+ OLYMPIC VERSION OF PLASTIC BALL. (DJ40+)
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igorponger wrote:
MORE IMPROVEMENTS TO COME SOON.

"DHS still continue "sly" improvements to their plastic balls so as to better comply with the needs of China Olympic Teams.
Keep youself on watches."

(#21) DJ40+ came up in ITTF approval list
D40+ spinnier version, reduced durability though.
meant to be deployed in Japan Olympics 2020.
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Igor's a great engineer and technical visionist. His every envisioning did come true. He is a good fellow of mine.


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So they'll be using a special Chinese ball for the TOKYO Olympics. Right..... :lol: I doubt bringing out a new ball just before the Olympics is going to go over very well with everyone... :?:

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iskandar taib wrote:
So they'll be using a special Chinese ball for the TOKYO Olympics. Right..... :lol: I doubt bringing out a new ball just before the Olympics is going to go over very well with everyone... :?:

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DHS OLYMPIC BALLS DHS (#21) DJ40+

This is a new version of the D40+ ball specifically invented by DHS manufactory for oncoming Olympic competitions. The ball is a thin-walled sphere, great rotational speed, rebounds lively, and it is less durable. And for the Olympic competitions, the durability itself is a minor consideration; since a large set of 20 balls are deployed on the court, and if four or five gone broken, there is no trouble.

These DJ balls going to provide some invaluable superiority for the Chinese Olympic Team, given the fact that Chinese athletes should be supplied these DJ balls in plenty right from January 2020, while all the foreign Olympians will have got a restricted admittance of the DJ, on seldom occasions.
As for mass populace, these balls should never hit the game, don't even hope for. Surely, some Chinese re-sellers may bring out those balls on sale, at an exorbitant price.


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The ball most beloved with Russians, national grade players.


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GOOGLE TRANSLATING ENGINE wrote:
DHS OLYMPIC BALLS DHS (#21) DJ40+

This is a new version of the D40+ ball specifically invented by DHS manufactory for oncoming Olympic competitions. The ball is a thin-walled sphere, great rotational speed, rebounds lively, and it is less durable. And for the Olympic competitions, the durability of the balls is a minor consideration, since a total set of 20 balls are deployed on the court, and if the five are broken, there is no trouble.

These DJ balls going to provide some superior advantages for the Chinese Olympic Team, as Chinese athletes should be supplied these special balls in plenty from January 2020, while all the foreign Olympians will have got a restricted admittance of the DJ, on seldom occasions.
As for mass populace, these balls should never hit the game, don't even hope for. Some Chinese re-sellers are likely to bring out those balls on sale, at an exorbitant price.


Translated from where I wonder. From a post YOU made on a Russian forum maybe? Are you familiar with the English idiom "I've got a bridge to sell you"? :lol:

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