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bbll
01-19-2014, 12:54 PM
More Video and information about Table Tennis Equipment:
http://www.pp-station.com/search/label/%E4%B9%92%E4%B9%93%E5%99%A8%E6%9D%90


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F3yzZ7yJ3Q&cc_load_policy=1

TTFrenzy
01-20-2014, 10:13 PM
Excellent video for beginners who want to master the art of boosting! There are many ways to boost, depending on the booster and the rubber of course

Dan
01-20-2014, 10:30 PM
Thanks for sharing, that rubber looked awesome at the end! I wonder why he initially put a layer of white glue before the boost? I thought you immediately put a layer or 2 of boost to the rubber first before the white glue.

TTFrenzy
01-20-2014, 10:41 PM
Thanks for sharing, that rubber looked awesome at the end! I wonder why he initially put a layer of white glue before the boost? I thought you immediately put a layer or 2 of boost to the rubber first before the white glue.


The glue layer is somehow a "protection" layer because we dont want the booster to be absorbed by the topsheet.

The booster oil must be absorbed gradually (to slowly tense the sponge and eventually the topsheet) and this protection layer of glue helps us to achieve that.

Another reason is that if we dont apply a protection layer of glue, the booster might reach the topsheet and create bubbles

Dan
01-20-2014, 11:59 PM
The glue layer is somehow a "protection" layer because we dont want the booster to be absorbed by the topsheet.

The booster oil must be absorbed gradually (to slowly tense the sponge and eventually the topsheet) and this protection layer of glue helps us to achieve that.

Another reason is that if we dont apply a protection layer of glue, the booster might reach the topsheet and create bubbles

Ah! That makes a lot of sense! Thanks for that info much appreciated @TTFrenzy

bbll
01-21-2014, 02:24 PM
Yes, TTFenzy is right. The first layer is protection. Avoid forming bubble.
It is not necessary but recommended. ;)


Thanks for sharing, that rubber looked awesome at the end! I wonder why he initially put a layer of white glue before the boost? I thought you immediately put a layer or 2 of boost to the rubber first before the white glue.

Dan
01-21-2014, 09:15 PM
Yes, TTFenzy is right. The first layer is protection. Avoid forming bubble.
It is not necessary but recommended. ;)

I see, that makes sense, thanks guys. Great vid!

massa
01-22-2014, 09:16 PM
That's great, specially because I've just ordered Falco Long Tempo and next week I'll try it on a RITC 729 and on an old tenergy 05 to see how it works

bbll
01-30-2014, 12:02 AM
That's great, specially because I've just ordered Falco Long Tempo and next week I'll try it on a RITC 729 and on an old tenergy 05 to see how it works

you may feel it too bouncy if you use on tenergy 05 :)

davidzhang
02-09-2014, 02:12 AM
That's great, specially because I've just ordered Falco Long Tempo and next week I'll try it on a RITC 729 and on an old tenergy 05 to see how it works

Don't boost too much on Tenergy rubbers, you won't be able to control after :)

MDanielCRO
02-09-2014, 07:27 AM
Don't boost too much on Tenergy rubbers, you won't be able to control after :)

I think you even get better control with boosted tenergy