This will flex the bat and give a reading as to if it is within standards or not. By purchasing our services you agree to not hold us responsible. Designed by G4 Design House. Originally posted by trojan-skipper: Caps can be easily removed using a screwdriver and some leverage.
This is totally incorrect and usually causes durability problems and also potentially causes your paint to spider web or dent prematurely. One answer is the voluntary return to the wood bat. We are the largest in our industry. Remove the end cap of your bat. Rolling can be very difficult to spot, but there can be some telltale signs. When rolling Softball or Baseball bats, the bat is placed between two or three rollers made of Nylon, Delrin or more durable material and then pressure is applied at progressive increases in pressure. Perpendicularly roll the first section of the bat.
Increased ball speeds can add feet with shaving only, add bat rolling before shaving and that number goes up higher. Other bats do not have this delamination technology, so spotting rolled bats will be tougher. If I was in the bat shaving business I would be driving a Caddy and not a Chev Actually I am part of the team finding a cure for the problem. Not even the death of a player is enough now. Can you picture the cap flying off while hitting with your new bat?
The lathe will need to shave the inside of the bat's barrel. After you've completed rolling each area of the bat's barrel, you can move onto rolling the bat parallel to the rollers. The latter characteristic places the batter under risk of being caught. Are you looking for any bat in particular? Some people have found applying gentle heat to the end cap can make it easier to remove. I know, I know another shaved bat thread.