What are the components and methods used in the manufacture of padel rackets

Felipe de R Roa details the process of creating a padel racket, which includes 3D modeling, resin assembly, water transfer decals, CNC drilling, and vibration reduction technology


Product engineer Felipe de R Roa of the Starv plant gives a thorough rundown of the steps involved in making a padel racket. Based on approved designs, 3D modeling and 3D printed molds are the first steps in the production process. After that, materials like fibers and tube frames are put together with resin and baked. The backbone of the racket is made of foam, fibers, and a tub for durability. Water transfer decals are applied first, and then industrial CNC machines are used to drill designs after cleaning and priming.

The grip, cap, and cord are the last embellishments. Prior to leaving the production, the rackets in the premium and universe lines undergo tensile and compression tests, and new technology is integrated to eliminate vibrations. Padel racket creation is a difficult process that takes a lot of effort, study, and development.