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Ball peening machines
I am a student at the University of Birmingham in England. I am attempting to design a machine that knocks-in cricket bats. I have heard about ball peening machines that spin flailing balls around hitting the surface to be treated. I would like to base my cricket bat machine on such a device. Does one exist ? If so where could I get some details of one?
University of Birmingham - Birmingham, U.K
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