ITSF-standard FAS table

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ITSF-standard FAS table

Post by Boris » Fri Feb 14, 2014 1:09 pm

Yes, you read that right - FAS and ITSF in the same header!!!

I'm selling a prototype FAS table which was sent for technical appraisal with a view to obtaining ITSF recognition. It is a unique model as none of their models which have developed from this in recent years (tournament, national team, international team) have all of the necessary modifications to bring them up to ITSF specifications. Would need a van to pick-up I'm afraid. Bidding starts at 99p, no reserve!

Would make a suitable all-round practice table (currently adapted for free play), or could be used commercially by fitting a standard ESD or straight 6 mechanism.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/161223577826? ... 1555.l2649

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Re: ITSF-standard FAS table

Post by Philo » Sat Feb 15, 2014 11:26 pm

I actually really like the look of that. Springs not bumpers too. Just wondering...
what is the spacing like on the 3 bar?
is there a seam down the size of the feet like on most tables?
how heavy of the rods relative to other tables?

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Re: ITSF-standard FAS table

Post by Boris » Mon Feb 17, 2014 3:24 pm

Philo wrote:I actually really like the look of that. Springs not bumpers too. Just wondering...
what is the spacing like on the 3 bar?
Same as Tornado/Leonhart - i.e. about 2cm closer together than Garlando so the centre forward and wingers overlap.
is there a seam down the size of the feet like on most tables?
I presume so, but the profile of the feet is narrower than Garlando in the first place, so tic-tacs or pull-push shots are ideally played slightly in front of or behind the rod.
how heavy are the rods relative to other tables?
Light like Garlando

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