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Re: Innovation in bat making
« Reply #30 on: March 01, 2018, 06:46:36 PM »


Willow is too varible. Ask the batamkers themself they if there honest will tell you. Most people pay for stickers and straight lines.

I am talking about finished bats. Put a stickers that labels 5 factors I mentioned earlier. Swing weight, dead weight, balance point, node of percussion, and JKL-Balls unit. How are these going to change after a bat is finished? Anybody who wants a copy made of their bat could use this information to have a custom bat maker recreate the old bat.

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You can not standardize williow.
You can standardize a finished bat.
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even machine made bats have varients no matter how much you think.
We are measuring certain factors after a bat is made and putting it on a label.

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To put your point in to question anybody go to a cricket shop and pick a bat up. Remember the first bat you picked up then go around the shop take over 5 minutes then come back to that bat. I almost guarentee you it will feel different. Your idea of a number here may work but people even have difference of thoughts on pick up(what picks up well for player a may be different to player b). Then add gloves or no gloves as you know bats feel different with gloves on.
So what? With our without gloves, consumers will associate a certain based on the factors labelled.

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Inital Ping test then retest after a year i guarentee you this there will be no pattern of results.
Don't understand what you mean? Ping will only get better, I say. :)

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In my theory is 90 per cent of all bats are equal and there no difference in rebound quality after a period of use.
You have to explain this as it makes no sense to me.

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The difference is the person holdding the bat ability feel and pick up and shape which is all personal.
This is getting old. I am paying good money and I want a certain type of bat because it works for my body. 5 years later, I also want a bat close to what I had before, maybe something slightly different based on what I HAD in the past. I don't want to go by "feel". That'd be silly.

We love a good yarn but in truth a bats a bat all mostly end up the same to most users.

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I will admit when i did a little bit for a company i did do the marketing nine yards but in truth over the 10 years on here and 100 of bats most have been the same no matter what the grade-i just liked the pick up and shape at the time.

Unpack this please. THey are not all the same.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01bhRXF6bxw
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Re: Innovation in bat making
« Reply #31 on: March 01, 2018, 06:49:40 PM »

You know what good luck.

I can see you just want to go on and on.

The best bit your wrote is You can standardise the finished bat mate.

I guess we must accept our "poo" stands till you get it sorted then.








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Re: Innovation in bat making
« Reply #32 on: March 01, 2018, 07:37:23 PM »

^ How can you say it won't work unless people try it.

Currently what we have is crap - it does not work!
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