How Badminton Birdies Are Made
The badminton shuttlecock has actually been used for countless years. Daily badminton gamers use plastic shuttlecocks, while severe gamers utilize feathered ones. Plumes must be a specific size and have an accurate angle to them. If a device with 26 sensors can't measure the precise degree of the feather, employees must manually do so with a specifically calibrated chart. The procedure has many actions from then on, all thinking about feathers' angle and the shuttlecocks total balance.
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Yes I’ve been waiting for this
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All of the control tests just to heave the shuttlecock destroyed after a few rallies
4:46 i want that job
Thank you for showing how hard it is for one shuttle’s outcome .
no duck was harmed in the making of this video
They don’t even last for 2 days
They become destroyed quickly except for the heavy real ones or real ones
Oh, so they are known as birdies?
India invented badminton , with a version called Poona. Later British officers learnt the game and gave it the name badminton.
4:45 I want that job
No wonder the damn thing expensive
I just loved to play with these, they landed exactly where you wanted but cost some.
and they get paid minimum wage
Lorenz Map one duck can probably make at least 80 birdies.
if u hit it right it lasts longer
just a parrot ,,, why ?
Its just bad quality shuttlecocks that break fast.
Good ones from Yonex/YangYang/Oliver hold up very well.
LMAO. But shuttlecocks arent that expensive to produce do ok
2 days 😀
have you ever watched a high tier badminton game? sometimes they change the shuttlecock after one rally
all this effort only for these to be stuck on the roof
@FireOwlPlays There all the same but its different in durability
It can’t even handle a smash. I smash to my friend and then my friend smash again and then the feather broke off
It’s true. All the harming was done in a closed room before the making of this video.
U know they might take the feather of the ducks and eat them later sooo it’s actually nothing different when u gonna eat the duck anyway
So unemployment is much better?
lol true, we have birds living up there and sometimes causes the shuttles to fall again XD
That’s because the feathers are from the left wing of a goose
Where y’all playing at 💀
Tan Sing 人間
@Zheeniie haha trueeee!!!!😜😣😂😂😂
2 years and I get this in my recommendation..
If you play professionally it won’t even last 10 minutes
It only last for 4 hours for me
I relate too much😂
Btw this aren’t cheap one which u use