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      Super work again Nate. Balsa isn't that easy to...

      Super work again Nate. Balsa isn't that easy to cut clean as it's so soft and you've got some very clean lines there, great skill.
      It will be interesting to see how the PVA works, I've thought about...
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      Have you got tools? You'll need a router table...

      Have you got tools? You'll need a router table and a veneer press as a minimum to start with. You can make a veneer press quite easily and cheaply and you'll need to sort out templates for the blade...
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      Loads of stuff on these threads:...

      Loads of stuff on these threads:
      https://www.tabletennisdaily.com/forum/showthread.php?11808-Create-your-own-blade...
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      My advice would be to invest significant time...

      My advice would be to invest significant time reading those threads. Most of the answers you'll need are there. There's a wealth of experience and expertise in there, as well as a few mistakes to...
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      You should start with this thread and follow the...

      You should start with this thread and follow the various links: https://www.tabletennisdaily.com/forum/showthread.php?18891-Blade-Builders-Thread&highlight=blade+builders
      There are lots of tips of...
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      Great work Nate, beautiful finish. I love the...

      Great work Nate, beautiful finish. I love the mirror too! Very clever. I presume that there was no warping problems? It can be a problem with different outers.
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      Great looking blade Nate! What's the thickness?

      Great looking blade Nate! What's the thickness?
    8. Thread: hook serve

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      I don't know whether further endorsement is...

      I don't know whether further endorsement is needed but I observed a top English coach working with a young player on how to obtain more spin on his serves and his advice was identical to that in Der...
    9. Chen 11-4

      Chen 11-4
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      I feel the same, I have blades with lower pitch...

      I feel the same, I have blades with lower pitch which are faster than blades with a higher pitch. Personally I don't find the frequency test to be that useful. A bounce test gives me some idea of...
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      Great work Nate! It looks like you've been...

      Great work Nate! It looks like you've been 'bitten' by the 'blade making' bug in a big way, fantastic!
      I'm really keen to know how you find the difference with the core at 90 degrees, I hope you...
    12. Rosskopf 11 - 9

      Rosskopf 11 - 9
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      Some really great looking blades, look forward to...

      Some really great looking blades, look forward to earring how they play.
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      This is a great point bob. When you use ayous...

      This is a great point bob. When you use ayous with a standard core size you do become limited with what you can do due to the relatively heavy weight. With balsa you can be much more creative and...
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      I think, slightly unfairly, balsa has a poor...

      I think, slightly unfairly, balsa has a poor reputation. Previously I've always played ayous or kiri core blades but if you combine balsa with the right materials it can work really well. The weight...
    16. I'd also add Bobpuls to any list too.

      I'd also add Bobpuls to any list too.
    17. Quote: These are some with whom I’ve dealt with;...

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      These are some with whom I’ve dealt with; and I rate them as:

      1. OSP
      2. Alan Brown/MDP (both are equally good and I love them for their work)
      3. Ross Leidy
      4. Charlie
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      Blade 1 - I'd suggest a softer medial ply but I...

      Blade 1 - I'd suggest a softer medial ply but I think your composition would work. Off minus, crisp feel but with some flex. Koto isn't that hard but I'd recommend limba or something softer: fir or...
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      I find two layers of varnish on the outside of...

      I find two layers of varnish on the outside of the outer ply works well. I then sand it back when glued. I might try cabosil though, good call.
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      Just be mindful of the glue you use. Hide and PVA...

      Just be mindful of the glue you use. Hide and PVA won't like this but as Chris says it works well with blades with epoxy and Pu glue, I lost 7g on one blade this way. It's best to do it before you...
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      It could feel a bit thin and fragile, too many...

      It could feel a bit thin and fragile, too many vibrations perhaps, however, I've never used POC so don't know! 5.3mm isn't too thin for a blade. I often make blades at 5.4mm and they feel solid. It...
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      I aim for between 10 and 12g for each handle,...

      I aim for between 10 and 12g for each handle, which means they often need hollowing out especially if it's a heavy hardwood. Standard blades tend to be 9 or 10g, i like the balance the extra weight...
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      Are your handles 20g each or 20g in total?

      Are your handles 20g each or 20g in total?
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      Try the Ross Leidy way of attaching a thin piece...

      Try the Ross Leidy way of attaching a thin piece of veneer. In short, soak a strip of veneer, wrap it around your blade using loads of elastic bands, leave overnight. Attach with pva and loads of...
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      Great work, some really nice looking blades....

      Great work, some really nice looking blades. Consideringthey are your first blades, they are superb. Well done!
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