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Old 12-29-2012, 04:26 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by BlueB View Post
Ummm, no...
The expensive part of the injection molding is the machinery and the molds. If those still exist, it is actually less expensive to produce a frame then a standard one. Standard is pretty much a hand laid process, with several slow steps. Injection molding is automated and a single quick step.
Totally agree... The best thing, IMHO, is that the quality of a moulded frame is more consistent then a hand laid regular manufactured frame.
Rumours are that a certain person involved in this forum has set his mind on making a brand new racket line combining IMF with regular manufacturing processes..........
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