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jjlamoroso

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Particles in the Raging
« on: August 21, 2003, 07:13:28 PM »
If you read the Brunswick information for the Raging Inferno
it is not mentioned that you have to use Trizact in order
to alter the coverstock finish as for other particle Brunswick
balls (Eliminator, Swamp monster...).
Could that mean that particles are different for this
ball? One could imagine that the nature of the Activator, different
from the previous resin used by Brunswick requires the use of
another kind of particles.  

Has anybody here have any information about that point?

 

 

DON DRAPER

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Re: Particles in the Raging
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2003, 11:07:23 AM »
i've only read the description of the ball on brunswicks website but it says the ball has a medium load of particle. it also says that the particles are part of their next generation of particle coverstocks. judging by this, and this alone, i'd say this is something completely new----just like the activator reactive coverstock.

jjlamoroso

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Re: Particles in the Raging
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2003, 12:27:05 PM »
For info, here's the reply from Brunswick


The reason we recommend Trizact is that when using sand paper the ball will hook earlier than when you use Trizact ....... To answer your question they are the same particle .... But this is a new cover stock as a base ..... So you can use trizact or sand paper on the Raging Inferno .....