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Creating the Difference releases CtD Surface Scanner Version 3

Creating the Difference releases CtD Surface Scanner Version 3

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Posted by Ronald Hickland on

In June 2022, Creating the Difference revolutionized ball maintenance with its groundbreaking CtD Surface Scanner V1. Recommended by pro shop owners and consumers alike as a go-to tool for understanding bowling ball surfaces – its invaluable features take comprehension to the next level by offering insight into rate of surface change. This is essential in reading lane transition and increasing consistency of ball reaction over time! With the latest version of our hand-held surface scanner, V3, we’ve created an unprecedented level of accuracy – providing reading on surface grit at levels never seen before! This groundbreaking device was developed using feedback from real world testing and data gathering to continually refine its algorithms. The final result? A chart showcasing a newly available scale in comparison to all three versions of our Scanner’s capabilities  – truly revolutionary technology for bowling ball preperation and maintenance.

CtD Ball Surface Scanner V1

CtD Ball Surface Scanner V2

CtD Ball Surface Scanner V3

<250 (Less than 250 grit)

<500 (Less than 500 grit)

<500 (Less than 500 grit)

500

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1000

1000

1500

1500

1500

2000

2000

2000

3000

3000

3000

4000

4000

4000

4500

4500

4500

Stable (4700 grit aka Lane Shine)

Stable (4700 grit aka Lane Shine)

Stable (4700 grit aka Lane Shine)

5000

5000

5000

5500> (Greater than 5500 grit)

5500

5500

6000

6000

6500

6500

6500> (Greater than 6500 grit)

7000

7000> (Greater than 7000 grit)

10 Scannable Grits

14 Scannable Grits

15 Scannable Grits

For the most accurate scan possible, Version 3 scanning technology requires taking measurements from at least six locations on a bowling ball. This is to fully capture any irregularities in surface profile that can happen even with brand-new balls off the factory line – averaging multiple readings leads to an optimal result!

If you want to gain a better insight into bowling performance, tracking the change in coverstock on your ball is key. Scanning every five frames and ensuring the surface of each scan is properly wiped clean will allow you to accurately monitor how quickly it approaches “Stable” or 4700 grit – this being its eventual end point where the surface will no longer change. Knowing exactly how fast your ball’s…

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