The Making of: Table Tennis Bats and Rubbers

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Ever wondered how table tennis bats and rubbers are made? Look no further than here :)

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Also, posted here a while ago.. How table tennis balls are made:
 
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I was hoping for a little more detail in the video. Feeling rather pittyful if I see these people working at high intensity for hours and hours doing the same thing all over again...
 
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I was hoping for a little more detail in the video. Feeling rather pittyful if I see these people working at high intensity for hours and hours doing the same thing all over again...

But yeah, this is a typical working condition in all manufacturing plan in all around the world.

Well, it just surprise that one hinoki blade requires at least one to three years for manufacture from a raw material
 
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