Ream out and fill surface holes and scratches to patch bowling balls.
What does a Bowling Ball Patcher do?
Reams out and fills surface holes and scratches, and vulcanizes filling material to patch bowling balls: Reams out surface flaws in bowling balls to uniform depth, using electrically powered router. Pours liquid resin into holes on ball surface to fill flaw. Positions patched balls in heated bench presses and clamps tops of presses down on patched areas of balls to compress and vulcanize patch. Turns timer dial of presses to control heating cycle. May remove excess resin, using drill. May smooth surface, using powered sander and fine sandpaper.