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      Quote Originally Posted by brokenball View Post
      Words like tense or tensor are just marketing words to fool the gullible.
      Tensor is a mathematical term that has to do with matrices. It has nothing to do with tension.
      Tension doesn't help with TT anyway. It is all marketing.
      Your understandings about Tensors is absolutely wrong.

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      Stop being a drama queen hahaha.

      QUOTE=Tony's Table Tennis;282400]yeah, so?

      or

      you still didn't answer my question.

      I wanted to answer the questions, but I saw the reply and I moved on.
      Surprised you still here to help[/QUOTE]

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      Stop being a drama queen hahaha.
      I guess newbie doesn't know I'm a King, not a queens

      Anyways, I also have a couple of samples packed away somewhere, must find time to check them out.
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      The Jupiter 3 was good. Nof as tacky as a moon or apollo but gives enough spin. Also faster than H3. H3 is still way spinnier. What I like is its easier handling and also easier to smash with.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      The Jupiter 3 was good. Nof as tacky as a moon or apollo but gives enough spin. Also faster than H3. H3 is still way spinnier. What I like is its easier handling and also easier to smash with.
      I will put it up on one of my multiball bats.
      The Vega China on primary feed bat is likely 100k hits old or more now. The black topsheet looks greyish.

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      Tony, have you tried the Vega China in the bh? I hated it as a bh rubber when new but when the tackiness goes away it is like a tacky mxs rubber which i really like.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      Tony, have you tried the Vega China in the bh? I hated it as a bh rubber when new but when the tackiness goes away it is like a tacky mxs rubber which i really like.
      Nope, but I can play around with my feeder bat.
      I do think the BH weight might be too heavy for my RPB

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      Quote Originally Posted by langel View Post
      Your understandings about Tensors is absolutely wrong.
      If you are going to be critical then be specific.
      What part? This should be interesting.
      If you think tension helps then what is in tension? Show me an equation where tension affects the speed of the ball.
      The second definition comes the closest but TT rubbers have no muscles.
      https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C...71.36id-pPvKVM

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      Quote Originally Posted by brokenball View Post
      If you are going to be critical then be specific.
      What part? This should be interesting.
      If you think tension helps then what is in tension? Show me an equation where tension affects the speed of the ball.
      The second definition comes the closest but TT rubbers have no muscles.
      https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C...71.36id-pPvKVM
      I'm not sure if this is a close enough shot, but we are calling blades incorrectly in this sport lol
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blade

      anyways, in the link you shared:
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      early 18th century: modern Latin, from Latin tendere ‘to stretch’.

      This is where ESN got Tensor from.
      Last edited by Tony's Table Tennis; 07-18-2019 at 05:31 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      The Jupiter 3 was good. Nof as tacky as a moon or apollo but gives enough spin. Also faster than H3. H3 is still way spinnier. What I like is its easier handling and also easier to smash with.
      Jupiter 3 seems to be a limited edition made for one organization. So it's more of a Jupiter II special edition if you will. There is no Jupiter 3 commercially available as a replacement for Jupiter II.

      Julian

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      It's only on sale there so yes I think so.


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      Prott and a thai store also sells it so you are wrong. Also, a friend gave me the jupiter 3 which he bought from somewhere. By the way, where is your proof that the jupiter 3 is the same as jupiter 2?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Tony's Table Tennis View Post
      I'm not sure if this is a close enough shot, but we are calling blades incorrectly in this sport lol
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blade

      anyways, in the link you shared:
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      early 18th century: modern Latin, from Latin tendere ‘to stretch’.

      This is where ESN got Tensor from.
      Fine, they should use the word tendere.

      So how does tension or stretching affect the speed after impact?
      Show me an equation.
      I will save you time.
      There isn't one.
      The key is elasticity or the coefficient of restitution.
      There are equations using coefficient of restitution.

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      Quote Originally Posted by brokenball View Post
      Fine, they should use the word tendere.

      So how does tension or stretching affect the speed after impact?
      Show me an equation.
      I will save you time.
      There isn't one.
      The key is elasticity or the coefficient of restitution.
      There are equations using coefficient of restitution.

      This is true. Tension itself has no actual effect on the speed parameters. So what is your point?

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      Quote Originally Posted by brokenball View Post
      If you are going to be critical then be specific.
      What part? This should be interesting.
      If you think tension helps then what is in tension? Show me an equation where tension affects the speed of the ball.
      The second definition comes the closest but TT rubbers have no muscles.
      https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C...71.36id-pPvKVM

      Well, I think that you already have had a lond enough discussion on this matter some time ago in other forums and you already have the answers.
      I would not start it again, I see its useless.

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