Indestructible Ball using 3D Printer

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But what about the spin?

Pimples out rubbers should not have problems spinning that ball!

I can see it now, new FleXtreme blade technology by Stiga, Tenergy Ultra PO (pimples out!) rubbers by butterfly, rainbow coloured version of the ball for the Chinese Super League... it's perfect!! (eyes turning into dollar signs and laughing maniacally)
 
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Pimples out rubbers should not have problems spinning that ball!

I can see it now, new FleXtreme blade technology by Stiga, Tenergy Ultra PO (pimples out!) rubbers by butterfly, rainbow coloured version of the ball for the Chinese Super League... it's perfect!! (eyes turning into dollar signs and laughing maniacally)

Tenergy ultra PO. first time im hearing about it.can you give me more detail please.
 
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I see no reason why a 3D printer cannot produce a good quality TT ball in the near future. Ive often found it strange there are apparently so few factories able to make 3* quality balls? i wonder if it is just a financial decision?Perhaps there is not enough profit in such a venture.However with the price of the new Butterfly R40 ball then maybe others will start charging similar prices?
 
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