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Old 09-04-2011, 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by discddwn View Post
This has probably been brought up, but would it be possible to make discs with the inside being baseline type plastic and keeping the outside premium? This would be especially good for putters and mids by giving you grip + durabilty.
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Originally Posted by bikinjack View Post
+1

That would be awesome!!!
While that does sound good in theory, it would be impossible to get 2 totally different types of plastic to bond chemically the way MVP's 2 plastics bond. This is integral to the structural integrity of the disc and it's ability to hold together over time. As it stands, no one will ever see a MVP disc that has separated. It would be impossible without precision laser cutting tools or something crazy like that. The bond is actually stronger than the plastics, so under a huge amount of stress theoretically one of the plastics would tear apart before the bond did.