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Author Topic: Low Flare drilling  (Read 943 times)

bigfish

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Low Flare drilling
« on: February 21, 2011, 05:48:10 AM »
  I would like to now what some of you are doing for a low flaring layout. What type of ball symmetric or asymmetric? If you are looking curtain RG or Differential? If you would use a solid or a pearl coverstock? Let me know we have a be discussion going on at the pro shop here.


 

Cobalt Bomb

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Re: Low Flare drilling
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2011, 03:06:26 PM »
Your question prompts more questions than answers, mainly what purpose will the ball serve and what conditions will it be used on, but what I will say is this:

I will normally use a symmetrical ball as I can move the pin either far from or close  to the axis to cut flare, depending on how rolly I want it.

Coverstock, RG and Diff chosen on the basis of the condition I intend to use it on, but lower diff balls have a lower flare potential to begin with.

I would need to know more about the intended use to help more.