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DUAL ANGLE LAYOUT TECHNIQUE™ - Layout Method (Part One)

***The Method for a DUAL ANGLE Layout


Making sense yet? Well maybe the upcoming pictures will help. For starters, you will need a Pro Sect® from Turbo 2-n-1™ Grips. The Pro Sect® has a protractor to accurately measure the angles used in the DUAL ANGLE layout and a scale to measure the Pin to PAP distance and to measure back to the center of the grip from the bowler's PAP. Attempting to use this technique without using the proper equipment will result in disastrous results!

Asymmetrical

The first step in starting a DUAL ANGLE layout is to draw a line through the pin and the PSA for a ball with an asymmetrical core (Left). For a ball with a symmetrical core (Right), draw a line through the pin and the cg. This line will provide the base line for measuring the drilling angle. 

 

Symmetrical
Pro Sect Rib

Next, measure and mark the chosen drilling angle by placing the zero point of the Pro Sect® on the pin with the rib on the base line and using the protractor to measure and mark the desired drilling angle. (Left)

  

 

 


 

DUAL ANGLE LAYOUT TECHNIQUE™

1 - Introduction to Dual Angle Layouts

2 - Core Comparisons (Asymmetrical/Symmetrical)

3 - Reasons for Drilling Angles

4 - Pin/PAP Distance Information

5 - Track Flare Information

6 - Reasons for Angle to VAL

7 - Layout Method (Part One)

8 - Layout Method (Part Two)

9 -  Layout Method (Part Three)