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Shelby's stupid prezi

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maryann carroll

on 9 June 2016

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In 1952 the AMF family of pin spotters first marked the very first ones ever used in the industry. Throughout years there have been specific upgrades and improvements made to the machines produced after the 82-30.
Step by step
The pinsetter sits quietly near the end of the bowling lane waiting for the bowler to roll the ball toward the pins. The Brunswick GSX pinsetter is one of the nearest pinsetters in the bowling industry. The next step is to sweep the deadwood away. The sweep that has been in the "guard" position is pulled back and fourth one time in order to sweep away the knocked-down pins that are still on the lane. These pins are then moved via conveyor belt back into the pin elevator.
A video of how it works
Thank you!
How do pinsetters work?
by Shelby Miner

The 82-30
Beginning in 1961, the 82-30 units became famous for having the "spare maker" revision of the earlier triangular pin dictator screen on their masking units as advertised by AMF and their staffs pro bowler Dick Weber.
Two more functions of the pinsetter that
are not seen by the bowler are the ball accelerator and the pin elevator. The ball accelerator returns the ball to the bowler at the other end of the lane through a conveyor like system
The Inventors
In about 1909, there was a good number of manual and automatic pinsetter inventions some of the inventors were Ernest Hedenskoog, Frank Hobbs, Angus Cameron, Jakob Heinmann, Walter Wheeler and Harry and Frank Estabrook.
This is the end of this thing so fininsh reading the slide and CLAP!!
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