with 4 technologies combined
crafted with round rod forging.
Forging with heat compression (*patented technology) presses round titanium rods that have been swelled to a large diameter by heating, pressurizing and compressing the central area. The flow of thickness is calculated and the temperature is controlled at each step of the forging process.
This proprietary round rod forging process results in dense structuring and “forged flow lines.” With stable thickness and form, rebound performance just barely within the rules is achieved over a wide area of the face.
Conventional forged faces are manufactured by pressing flat titanium plates. Since titanium does not deform plastically, it is necessary to create a space on the face side to allow thickness to escape. The portions that protrude from the face surface are dropped and finished by the polishing process, which often cause variations in thickness, CT and form.
Many drivers today do not have cup faces, and instead made by welding forged face material, which may also cause unevenness. For this reason, drivers commonly margin the repulsion coefficient to be slightly lower than the rules to avoid excessive rebound.
that creates ease of swing and powerful drive
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