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History of Bat Rolling

In 2011 this prompted Panther Machines to experiment and implement another type of hard plastic that was a little bit softer but still had the hardness needed to break in the bats. The new polymer was able to roll the bats but not create surface cracks or creases on the bats where the outside of the rollers met the barrel (as common with the Delrin® rollers). By 2012 Easton, Miken, andWorth. Panther Machines also created an electric bat rolling machine in 2012 which gave the bat roller a distinct advantage while rolling.

Today most bats have a surface layer prone to cracking if too much pressure is placed on a bat by rolling the bat. This is why other techniques of bat break in have emerged onto the bat rolling world; things like heated rolling, BCTI machine (Barrel Compression Technique), and the good ole natural break in process. With new composites come new obstacles to get max performance from baseball and softball bats.

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