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  • 1. Bowling Summary For Columbia Vendor Visit Oct. 2003
  • 2. Bowling and Scoring History 1:1583 “ Soaker” ball outlawed 1973 1:1830 1 st rule about “not altering oil to create ball path” 1966 1:2707 Columbia- 1 st Polyester ball 1959 1:3934 1 st Lane Oil 1945 1:1196 Ned Day – 1 st 3 finger ball 1936 1:4400 DoDo ball is outlawed (24#) 1913 1:2000 1 st Rubber ball 1905 Scoring Event Year
  • 3. Evolution of the Bowling Environment - 1970’s Polyester Era -
    • 1/8 ounce of oil per lane
    • Hot balls - Yellow Dot, soakers
  • 4. Bowling and Scoring History 1:284 “ Short Oil” 1986 1:405 1 st urethane ball 1981 1:1713 “ Blended” went to “Flat” 1976 1:1583 “ Blended” lane condition 1974 Scoring Event Year
  • 5. Evolution of the Bowling Environment - 1980’s Urethane Era -
    • Urethane balls with more friction
  • 6. Bowling and Scoring History 1:78 New Ball specs for Rg, differential Rg, COR, & COF Squeeky-many grit polish 1993 1:99 3 unit lane oiling rule All Manufactures introduce reactive shell 1992 1 st reactive shell- Excalibur Phantom core patent 1991 1:162 Many 2-piece ball released 1990 Scoring Event Year
  • 7. Bowling and Scoring History Thicker oil 1995 Lot of reactive balls with higher Differential Rg, Columbia-ceramic cores 1994 Scoring Event Year
  • 8. 1990’s - Reactive Era
    • Dramatic change in the bowling environment- balls and lanes
    • The way the sport is played is changing
    • Oil dries up faster creating more friction from the lane
    • Wet/Dry conditions become common place
  • 9. Lane Graphs
  • 10. Bowling and Scoring History 1:42 Columbia- Calcium carbonate in shell 2000 1:47 Columbia Chaos- glass microballoons shell, 1 st multicolor shell Storm- rubber particles 1999 1:36 1 st Brunswick particle shell- ceramic microspheres Lane oils with solids 1998 Scoring Event Year
  • 11. Bowling and Scoring History 1:40 Columbia shells- TiO 2 , solid TEC (M5000), silane coated mica 2002 1:42 1 st Ebonite clear reactive Storm- clear shell with soccer & football inside Columbia-silane coated TEC 71 year old man- 890 series 2001 Scoring Event Year
  • 12. Bowling Ball History 1:36 Columbia shell- larger (21 micron) solid microballoon, multicolor conventional Ebonite- “Hook Again” 2003 ???? 2004 Scoring Event Year
  • 13. Columbia- Ball Performance
  • 14. Performance from Polyester, Urethane, Reactive & Particle
  • 15. Superflex and G-4
  • 16. Performance from Superflex & Holoflake Shells
  • 17. Superflex and Afflair
  • 18. Performance from Different Particles
  • 19. 2003- Muscle GTO (P57)
  • 20. Particle Size Comparison
  • 21. Particle Size Comparison
  • 22. Particle Size Comparison
  • 23. Particle Size Comparison
  • 24. Microscopic View of Balls with TEC vs. Superflex Superflex TEC
  • 25. TEC vs. Muscle vs. Muscle GT Chaos-TEC Microballoons Icon-Muscle, Tio 2 Throttle- Muscle GT, solid glass balloons
  • 26. Closer Look at TEC Photos of Particles 10 micron
  • 27. Newest Columbia Shell Particle Muscle GT – magnified 500 X Muscle- magnified 10,000 X 20 micron 1 micron
  • 28. Experimental Shells
  • 29. Experimental Particles- Recycled Glass, TPU, and Clay
  • 30. Wollastonite and Talc
  • 31. Latest Potters’ Particles
  • 32. Different Particles Tested
  • 33. Different Particles Tested
  • 34. Shell Summary
    • Shell determines friction-#1 variable in performance
    • Oil absorption increases friction
    • Particles affect friction
      • Size
      • Quantity
    • Surface roughness- sanded vs. polished
    • Track flare affects friction
  • 35. Ball Design-Marketing Goals
    • Develop a product line with different ball reactions
    • Aesthetics- multicolor
    • Cost
    • New technology sells balls
  • 36. Cores Designed to Affect- 1)Flare (Differential Rg) and 2)Roll (Rg) Core Body- affects Rg, high density material, 2.0- 3.2 Sp. Gr. Bottom Flip Block- affects Diff Rg, very dense, 2.0 to 3.5 Sp. Gr. Top Flip Block- affects Diff Rg, very dense, 2.0 to 3.5 Sp. Gr. Round Core- affects Rg, lower density, .7 to 1.2 Sp. Gr
  • 37. Previous Brainstorm Session with BASF-June 2000
    • Brainstorm ideas
    • -Alumina base & gold base particles (item 1AIII) (check w/ Potters)
    • -Organic fillers (1B) hemp, corn starch
    • - 9-26-00 received wood fillers from American Wood Products
    • -Al HO3 Aluminum trihydroxide- Huber Granite Elite w/ ground acrylic (very gritty)
    • -Wants to settle out (maybe can add to color unit with agitation)
    • -Harder then CC, maybe same as TEC
    • -Have to add mat'l ourselves because settles out in shipment
    • -May work in conventional
    • -Need more to test
    • -9-14-00 tested Granite Elite and Al Trihydroxide with good results again (ER328)
    • -Ground rubber
      • - 9-12-00 ordered 1.1 density white and red rubber from Rouse who supplies material for bowling balls (got name from Carmen Salvino) 9-19-00 recieved material and wrote Ft
    • bleeder (create wide foot print with hard particles)
    • -test bleeder (Sur D vs TEC)- hooked less then TEC by far
  • 38. Previous Brainstorm Session
    • test heavy filled balls (30,40,50, 60%..... what filler)
    • NMP etching (item 5D)
    • Make superball outer shell
    • Hard particles (glass spheres, acrylic) and then sandblast (remove mat'l around particle)(have diff. grit sand to blast with)
    • Polyethylene powder into shell (.9 Sp Gr)
    • 7-1/2" round core durability
      • - Blended iso with TEC & 7-1/2" round core- results tec 8.5 drops, blended 10-12 drops, blended alone (without TEC) goes into 4' range
    • M-10 iso with higher functionality for better physicals (2.2 functionality) (i.e. clear iso is more durable w/ 2.0 functionality)
    • Microglass in 7-1/2" round core
    • silane coated TEC particle w/ 7-1/2" round core- passed drop test easily (averaged 105 drops) and performed like TEC (ER331)
    • Soft particles
    • -Rubber (see above)
    • -Polyethylene powder
    • -Teflon
    • -Ground TPU
    • -Polyester polyol
  • 39. Previous Brainstorm Session
    • Diatomaceous earth
    • Molecular sieves (absorb oil)
    • Ground up carbon fiber
    • Foam urethane (may crush, inconsistent skin thickness, porosity issue, etc.) but try
    • -elastomeric foam (may change foot print size)
    • Aesthetics
    • -pareachrome (BASF material)
    • -Clear urethane
    • Test high oil absorbing material (from Huber)
    • Aluminum trihydroxide -received test balls 9-13-00 Granite Elite material was faster oil absorbing, as was microglass (ER328)
    • Amorphous Aluminum silicate (Ft written 9-14-00)
      • -Zoethix (precipitated silica) was fastest oil absorbing (ER332)
    • ABC Sport Condition issue
    • Huber Granite Elite is acrylic & would burn off & therefore, be non-detectable
    • - 70299/70290? G-4 polyol with 80/20 blended iso at 1.05 index
  • 40. Other Future Ideas
  • 41. TEC Death Issue
  • 42. TEC Death Issue-Capture
  • 43. Hook Again vs. Capture
  • 44. Effect from Color
  • 45. ABC Strike Percentage Graph Idea strike location 10 Pin Location- approx. 50% strikes & 50%-10 pin Believe deflection determines whether the ball strikes or leaves a 10 pin
  • 46. End

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