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06-14-2010, 03:00 PM
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Carbon Fiber Blades

Is there a way to curve a carbon fiber blade?

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not if you want it to last for more than one game

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or one shot. don't do anything to it.

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there is a way, it just takes practice

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there is a way, it just takes practice
And money. Even if you know how, they're still going to break faster.

Buy one that's close to the curve you want and just get used to it. Most people are more adaptable then they think they are.

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well I have a great supply of blades that are just the bare carbon fiber so I have had a little practice doing it, just takes time and patience to learn how to do what you want to do with it.

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