How Badminton Birdies Are Made
The tennis shuttlecock has been made use of for thousands of years. Everyday badminton gamers utilize plastic shuttlecocks, while major players use feathery ones. Plumes should be a specific size and have a precise angle to them. If an equipment with 26 sensors can't gauge the precise degree of the feather, employees must by hand do so with a specially adjusted graph. The process has lots of steps after that, all thinking about plumes' angle as well as the shuttlecocks total balance.
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Thank you for showing how hard it is for one shuttle’s outcome .
They become destroyed quickly except for the heavy real ones or real ones
I just loved to play with these, they landed exactly where you wanted but cost some.
The shuttlecock itself is human’s important cultural heritage that’s been shared worldwide. So nice to know there’s quality control in the manufacturing process. Only in big tournaments the shuttles are damaged and replaced after few rallies but in recreational plays, we normally use it longer, don’t we. Nevertheless duck feathers, cork etc are sustainable materials — not to worry — just ask the ducks to grow the feathers more next time.
Heaven for badminton players☝🏻
Thank you O’ Duck for giving us your lovely feathers so we can enjoy this most entertaining of games!
Love videos like this, interesting.
“Quality Control Test”
In 1 day 5 of the feathers broke
@u cok Absolutely and faster as well. The thing is that I’m fast and a little advanced in my game (we don’t play pro or any competitions or such, its only for fun) and my friend is not really on the same level as me and haven’t really improved so he is at his top. He is good absolutely so some challenges sometimes but I pretty much always beat him with ordinary balls.
He brought a tube sometimes with the good stuff, that he got due to contacts so not bought, but since I’m even better with those balls I always beat him every time. All of sudden they stopped coming and and I got the hint and thus couldn’t really buy them my self instead. 🙂
@dtiydr 🙃 your friend is wise
Honestly badminton is such an underrated sport. I wish much more people will start getting into badminton
@dtiydr you forgot to start with ‘dear diary’
@jeyoung 624 😀
@Md Tashin l,ll,l,l,l,l,llll,l,lll
underrated? in asian badminton is one of the most popular sport
Absolutely beautiful presentation, fantastic video
It amazes me how they make things.
@Most Kz yeah you are correct, but it’s severely underrated here in North America
@Flowaze well yeah… with all those football and basketball i understand man
@Most Kz qtp17
Thank you slaves for feeding us sugar — you could have said 200 years ago.
In my country, Spain it is very underrated, there isn’t almost anywhere to play badminton
Refreshing video. I was fascinated with the mini wind tunnel.
Yes i agree
Can’t say I’ve ever heard someone call it a “birdie” before 😂
@A S T You angry with white men, raise your anger to the right people. Badminton is serious sports in Asia, and decidedly _not_ “white man’s stuff”.
@edukid1984 I’m talking about the word idiot…. “Birdie”
@A S T Then why bring “white man” into the picture, smartass??
@jeyoung 624 lmao
@Jakob And we did, well some good fellas did
@ Design Insider That is a great video. Thank you for your message. Can you tell me which company made this shuttle and their contact info ?
@Dark Secret man this is some next level cursed/blessed stuff
@edukid1984 maybe they thought these weird names were only made up and used by white people, a stereotype that they make up the darnedest things
@Decent Danger Japanese
What an eye-opener. Thought the process would be more mechanical. Thank you.
Wow… who knew this much effort went in into making shuttlecocks.
After watching this vid, I wanna play badminton with all three colors. I’ve played with just the green one (slow one) so far.